Casamia Spring Hotel

No.123 Huanshan Road, Wulai Town, Xinbei, Taiwan | Hotel
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Day 4

A travel blog entry by tis


We cannot believe that time has flown by so fast! Today was the fourth day of our trip! We took a four hour bus ride to the village of Juifen. There we went shopping on a very narrow street with a lot of shops, and we had a lot of fun at a shop that sells prank toys. After that, we went to the ...

A bit of history and heights

A travel blog entry by lionelchiajx

... The food itself was expensive but tasted pretty ok.

故宫博物院 ;After topping off with some ****** food, we headed to the National Palace Museum. The place is swarming with tourists, mostly from China. It houses the major artifacts that were rescued (or stolen, depending on your political leanings) by the Kuomintang during their escape from China in the civil war. Cool stuffs but kind of alright I guess.


The Great Escape!

A travel blog entry by lionelchiajx

... was to climb the local hill, or jilungshan (chicken cage hill). They renamed the hill from the original to the new version, which now entirely makes sense once you get the original words in the hill. The climb was a little steep but once you get to the top, the view is spectacular. You overlook practically the entire coastline and townships. You can even see Taipei 101 from here, which is pretty cool, to say the least. We ...

你好 Taiwan!

A travel blog entry by thuang


... 38899;山) across the river. In buddhism, “Guan Yin” is a bodhisattva well known for compassion and in English is usually referred to as the “Goddess of Mercy”. In Khmer, the language of Cambodia, we call her "Preah Mae Kun Ci Iem” I was told that the mountain’s name comes from the fact that the mountain’s features somewhat resemble her face, which I could see from a ...

I wonder how many Americans can say this...

A travel blog entry by raoughsten


... City (which I was lucky enough to visit in 2009).

My one complaint about Danshui is that I was not able to do anything different from the last time I visited the town on my previous trip. If anything, I feel like I did less. This is often a problem I find that occurs with group trips - either too much gets done too quickly, or nothing at all. Granted this was a school trip, so it makes sense that the sites visited were primarily of an ...


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