Grace Garden Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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We took the high speed rail to Tainan, going between stops at 280 Kph! Then it's a 40 min ride on a slow train to the city.
We took the walking tour by Lonely Planet to see some historic temples and one of the old forts. Managed to not get too lost. The map we have certainly was not to scale. The temples are all very elaborate and most of the ones we visited were ...
... said did not compare with Mt Maunganui. However it was being much enjoyed by many families as was the area of stalls we strolled through on our return to the ferry and the mainland. What a busy waterway - a cruise ship, a Navy vessel, a container vessel plus many ferries.
By taxi to a busy beef restaurant for noodles and watermelon drink, our last night with Coco. Her policeman father had taken his last remaining special leave days to show us Taitung and ...
... Before we went there, we first stopped at a well known dry fruit place to get some dried fruits which Chris liked. Of course I got some also.
The department store had 6 stories. We took the old elevator up and walked down each floor. There were some designers arts and crafts stuff there, some food, etc. I got one interesting set of salt and pepper shakers plus creamer and sugar dish, etc.
The next agenda was dinner but it was early. So our guide took ...
... buildings including the place that was called the house of the Dutch Princess. She told us stories of the lion emblem (I bought a small souvenir of it).
Then we visited a fort where the famous Chinese hero in history, Zheng ChengGong, fought the Dutch. I learned more about Zheng than I learned at school. Quite an admirable guy! After that, we visited the "tree house". That was a very impressive place!! The old Banyan trees there took over ...
... along at a leisurely pace up a steady incline, and arrived in the mountain town of Fenchihu. As with most popular destinations in Taiwan it was rammed with tourists when we arrived (it's also a transit town for Alishan national park). We escaped into quiet lanes and had a nice lunch of fried noodles and some herb/plant the cook picked from her garden. The soup was full of some random stuff which looked a bit like chunky roots - tasted alright ...