Hotel Del Lago
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
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... that's 954m above sea level so top of pagoda is 1000m above sea level. Nice views of the lake and forest. Wanwu temple- Daoist. Unlike Buddhist which is simpler, less decorated and focusing on Indian elements like lotus leaves and elephants, Daoist is very Chinese. It's heavily decorated with dragons and tigers, as well and pictures of people. Buddhist temples have ...
... research unit, and it was obvious that the kids really enjoyed the outdoors stuff. We went on a tour the night we arrived, and saw flying squirrels, frogs, and a fire-fly - pretty exciting for city kids, and my first squirrel too!
The strangest thing we did was go to the monster village next to the nature park - a strange theme for a village, but it was rather ...
... from these children and people as I did.
The first stop is a rural village of Dong He. Old Taiwanese traditions are rich in this small town. Besides the students who mostly where in elementary school, a group of teenager youths and young adults also provided us hospitality, assistance, and a few unexpected adventures. Believe me, reader, you would have found this Dong He unparalleled in its unique character.
Next, I ...
... ice cream store which is a converted eye hospital from the pre WWII Japanese era was only 2 blocks from the bus station. It is also a very upscale Japanese style gift shop. The ice cream was great.
We bought fried dumplings and a combination dinner with grilled chicken, a fried egg, vegetables and rice for our late evening train ride to Hualien.
... people of the island. They have their own customs, their own language, etc. They are frustrated by the fact they were shoved by the Chinese of the Han family who now form the majority in Taiwan. The parish priest is the only Taiwanese priest in the diocese and he has to compose with both realities. O e thing both communities have in common, they are anti Communists.
I return to Taipei tomorrow and I wish the weather will be more ...