Hotel J - Kenting
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... Buddha. One of the three Buddha tooth relics are housed here and worshiped by the locals. Taiwanese Buddhists are the "orthodox" version (Mahayana), where all desires are given up- meat, alcohol, marriage etc, and you devote your life to though and helping the community. We then saw the Love River in Kaoshiung and the night market. A lively city, much like ...
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 ...
... 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 ...
We left the hotel at 9am to start our second day's tour of Tainan. Our agenda today was to first visit the salt mountain and museum, then later in the afternoon visit the National History Museum. I was glad that it would not be as agenda jammed and rushed day as yesterday.
The salt "mountain" and museum turned out to be an amusement park kind of place, built on the old salt producing place. Taiwan no longer produced salt now - it now imports salt from Australia. ...
... when entering the bathroom!! I swear it took at least 5 minutes out of our day. So once we had put the common area flip-flops back in their home for the day we set off to do some sightseeing. We started off with the Tainan tree house, this was once an old industrial building used by the Dutch. It has since fallen into disrepair and been 'reclaimed' by nature! A banyan tree has spread its roots literally everywhere. The whole building is now covered in tree; thick chunky ...