Toong Mao Evergreen Hotel Kaohsiung
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... the 1700's. The old fort was originally built by the Dutch in the 1600's and conquered by a Ming general retreating from the advancing Qing army. We then thought we would walk to the night market which turned out to be an over an hour walk. It was actually bigger than the one we saw in Taipei. Food was good. Bubble tea made with winter melon with pearls was exquisite. ...
... town with murals and statues from Jimmy's children books, to Sanxiantai, a now famous tourist area with its eccentric bridge joining the mainland to a little island.
Back through rain to Taitung and to a spa resort in a hilly area on its outskirts, eating steamed pork buns and other snacks in the car. Too tired for a swim that night, Warwick and I decided that our vast room with its indoor spa pool and two kingsize beds was more attractive. However, revived after ...
... walk the famous street that was lined up with shops and stands - my favorite kind of place. We quickly walked through the street and then went to dinner.
Dinner was at a famous place known for its DanZi noodles which turned out to be quite good! We finished dinner before 6:30 and headed back to the hotel. We said goodbye to our guide. Tomorrow we will leave TaiNan and head to the Sun and Moon Lake area. The same driver will take us there. We need to leave at 9am.
... the #1 night market in all of Taiwan. Mostly because of the selection of food but also because of its tidiness and cleanliness compared to other night markets. It's not huge, only really stretches along one street for about two blocks but it's well laid out that way and the street is wide enough to ease the pedestrian traffic through the middle. Mom and Mui Yee shared some veggies dishes with one of their friends and the rest of us ate at the famous fish noodle shop recommended by ...
... the others snapped away. It was an amusing sight to see and my suspicions of Taiwan's dog obsession were undoubtedly proved correct! Specific temples within the complex were and still are used for certain purposes. One temple is for wisdom, and whilst we were there a steady stream of teenagers were visiting it - no doubt in the midst of exams we assumed! We returned to our quirky guesthouse and tiny room to try and get as much sleep as possible before a very early start to reach ...