Sea of Clouds Vacation Villa

Address: No.217-2 Renhe Road, Datong Village, Ren'ai Town, Nantou, 546, Taiwan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.217-2 Renhe Road, Datong Village, Ren'ai Town, Nantou.
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        Gorging on sights (avoiding food)

        A travel blog entry by rolandandlizzie on Oct 24, 2015

        29 photos

        ... amazingly simple highly worth it. With a number of strategic stop offs [ahem] at 7/11s along the way, and some opportunities for some scenic pictures we finally rolled up to Hualien (the major city near Taroko Gorge) at around 5pm. Our hostel was nice and although in a dorm, we were lucky enough to have a 4 person room all to ourselves. Whilst nice, the room was a little like a hospital ward by which I mean we had a hospital style curtain to section off our beds ...

        Just Gorge-ous.

        A travel blog entry by benandsimone on Sep 18, 2015

        7 photos

        ... but it was still a remarkable place. I'll attach some photos which will do a much better job at explaining that area than I can.

        On another note, I had the BEST wontons I have ever had in Hualien. They were handmade and in a delicious soup. It was the Holy Grail of Wonton soups. To borrow the Masterchef lingo - all of the elements were perfectly executed. Mmmmm now i'm thinking about soup again.

        Until next time.

        Hualien and the Taroko Gorge

        A travel blog entry by kayna on Sep 17, 2015

        25 photos

        ... spelt differently on signs, the visitors centre map, and the map in the Lonely Planet, which added to confusion. The facilities for pedestrians, ie. pavements, were woeful or non-existent. There were meant to be hard hats available because of the high risk of rock falls, but we never saw these available anywhere. Plus the terminology used, such as describing a trail as a 'loop', was misleading. This, combined with the park being busy and many trails ...

        Tour de Taiwan

        A travel blog entry by mattstanbridge on Aug 26, 2015

        1 comment, 261 photos

        ... re a lot more helpful than UK police! After a quick call, a cold drink from the police and a short 5 km ride I arrived at the guesthouse and in true style was invited by the owners sister and her friend to go swimming in the local harbour, so within 30 minutes of arrival I was jumping from the sea wall into the sea to cool off, again despite the language barrier sign language and smiles go a long way! What doesn't help is on Lanyu they speak their own local aboriginal dialect, so ...

        East Coast Taiwan

        A travel blog entry by itzekina on Aug 13, 2015

        17 photos

        ... is on the west coast, the east really is untouched. Quite nice to see the natural beauty before humans start pestering with it. Taiwan is a fairly young land, which is still rising. It's partly formed of volcanic lava which has then turned into limestone (hence some of the white stones) and partly from the coming together of two tectonic plates- hence the massive mountains (and all the earthquakes). So it was interesting ...