- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... around the Lake, we went to have lunch in the Aboriginal Food market. The two girls I was with are both from Taiwan so they ordered the food and I went and got the Tea (with the help of one of the girls). We had bamboo rice (rice stuffed them cooked in a bamboo shoot, some kind of small red chicken that was very tasty, beef and some vegetables, which was all very tasty! I am getting really good at using chop sticks as there usually aren't alternative cutlery.. After lunch, ...
... Daoist have people and animals. Wanwu worships Conficus, master of pen, and Kuan Ti, master of sword, in two separate temples, each decorated accordingly (eg, Kuan Ti temple has pictures of battles and described different types of swords and associated stories); temple is known as Literature-Warrior temple. Later saw town of JiJi (not Chinese but aboriginal naming) that ...
The party on the final night was fun, and the teachers had a well-earned drink after at the little High Life store - like a 7-11 chain. Next day the bus was very quiet, from exhausted kids who mostly slept, tho a few ********es kept playing on their phones.
Overall, I loved Taiwan- it's like a clean, civilised version of China, and people care about ...
... she could take me to the airport in the morning also.
My trek was quite adventurous, ill describe it like that and say trying to use public transportation in a country where you don’t know the language without the internet is not easy. It took 4 hours just like google said. Only really 1.5 hours of traveling and the rest of the time waiting. I finally met up with Owen at midnight and she had a great flat in a brand new building, all the switches and ...
... was a 4 Km walk uphill to the mushroom farm that we wanted to visit. There were many mushroom farms and people processing and selling mushrooms on the way. This area apparently produces 60% of all the mushrooms grown in Taiwan. Mushrooms are grown in little plastic bags now and you can buy bags already seeded to grow your own mushrooms at home. We ...