Green Hotel

No.60 Ronghua Lane, Ren'ai, Nantou, 546, Taiwan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.60 Ronghua Lane, Ren'ai, Nantou.
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Travel Blogs from Nantou

Noble Silence

A travel blog entry by nomad82 on Jun 03, 2014

54 photos

... maybe 1 or 2 hours maximum. It was a difficult night, I got so frustrated that I was not able to sleep and cried. When I am overly tired and can't sleep, I tend to have a few tears. During meditation time I was not able to concentrate at all. Others were sick and were coughing in the hall without putting their hands in front of their mouth which made me feel worse!

Day 4: Concentrate just on the nostrils and feel the touch

This was a good day as ...


A travel blog entry by roamas on May 18, 2014

13 photos

... to admit that I haven’t found any Taiwanese food I have liked yet.
* There is also a very strong Japanese/Korean style influence in Taiwan both in food and fashion. *There are a lot of obese people in Taiwan.
* The streets are very orderly and sanitised. Not many cars, scooters (people must wear helmets here) or pedestrians. The roads reminded us of Parramatta Road, especially here in ...

A lovely national park but we needed more time.

A travel blog entry by adamwilson4 on Mar 20, 2014

5 photos

... passed a monkey along on a tree. The walk was very flat, so it was a stroll rather than a hike, but it was a really nice walk. The landscape was amazing. After spending some time at the waterfall we headed to the waterfall curtain which was in a cave. Aline didn't go all the way in because she was getting too wet. I was as well but I just wanted to reach the end. Aline didn't miss out in much if I'm honest. I got a lot wetter after she left but I should of turned back as ...

Regional Reverie Rides A Bike

A travel blog entry by regionalreverie on Mar 15, 2014

... slightly more foamy), and then entered the cavernous ticket hall. I don't think I've ever been in an enclosed space that made me feel like an insignificant atom.
The next available train at 9:15 was booked out, so I bought a ticket for the 10:15 train. I spent the intervening hour marvelling at the variety of trains here. Taiwan is a rail geek's paradise, it has everything - old and new; long and short; very fast and very slow, all painted in every colour of the rainbow.
My train, ...

Day 3

A travel blog entry by tis on Mar 11, 2014

1 comment, 88 photos

... another outstanding view! After lunch, we walked to the cable car station and took two cable car rides to reach Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village! At the amusement park, they put invisible ink stamps on our hands instead of tickets. We had two hours of fun on the rides! The most popular and scariest ride was the Maya Adventure roller coaster! It went really fast and had lots of loops! Daring ...