Hara Zuru Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... visiting countries that aren’t known for their cuisine, I thought it is the perfect time to breakdown (play-by-play) my top 5 eating destinations and places where you are just better off bringing a sack lunch. Not surprisingly, this is a regular topic that is brought up in conversation with Vi and I along with every traveler we meet. It’s an endless debate that is constantly changing/evolving on which asian country holds the title ...
... And I followed her lead - sort of... tried many things I wouldn't have, a few types of crab, an omelette with oysters, soup with crab, bamboo and seaweed, and chickens butts - yup, no kidding! Lots of photos of these and other delicacies. Anyone for squid on a stick?
One other amazing experience I was able to have thanks to Anthony was visiting a totally in-the-wild hot spring, used almost exclusively by locals, not widely known. It took about 1 1/2 hour to get ...
... your taste buds. The most interesting thing is that you may chance to see the unique scene of trains running right throughthe old street.You may experience lighting sky lantern.I did!! Last stop of my second day,we stop at LUODONG NIGHT MARKET at YILAN.
At the morning we take train to HUALIAN,at HUALIAN we visit TAROKO GORGE SCENIC AREA & ZHANGCHUN ANCESTRAL SHRINE. Continue to ...
... off at the bathroom, I arrive at Gate C-7 and this one is different since you must go downstairs thru a long corridor to a 2nd counter. 'Where is everyone?', it is totally empty except for one person I do recognize... the 'Are you Ed?' guy and two women behind the counter.
"Stop the plane..... pleeease!" I begged. Even threw out the Hail Mary that I can barely hear. "Sorry, take bags already off plane, next flight to Phnom ...
... one of the best shoes I’d ever purchased, and that statement included all manner of footwear. They had logged thousands of miles of travel all over S.E.Asia and N.America; up mountains, along beaches and across oceans and I was a bit sad to be considering replacing them. Mind you, Cathy had been on at me to chuck them ever since I had started gluing them back together, which quite honestly, had been for at least a couple of years.
Still, I felt like I ...