Jing Lu Forest Resort House

Address: No.3-2 Singchan Road, Lugu Town, Nantou, Taiwan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.3-2 Singchan Road, Lugu Town, Nantou.
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Travel Blogs from Nantou

Teaching in Taiwan

A travel blog entry by walkwithme on May 24, 2015

1 comment, 121 photos

... teaching in Jia Li in the house of a humble and magnanimous couple. After getting his phD in Chemistry, the father of this household, who wishes to remain unnamed, opened his house to children from disadvantage homes to come study at his house free of charge. Most of them were still attending elementary school. As we were there on the students' summer vacation, our purpose was to lead an English teaching summer camp.

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Nice lake too much fog

A travel blog entry by tanglt on May 08, 2015

5 photos

... traveled to Tibet during the Tang dynasty in 700 A.D. to bring back and translated Buddhist sacred texts. Even with the first boat, the hoard was already there. We continued to walk uphill to the main temple and left the crowd behind after 2 minutes. The next temple has a far better view, only about 10 people on the whole grounds and we got to ring the giant bell.
After some ...

Beautiful Mountain

A travel blog entry by tanglt on May 07, 2015

11 photos

... certainly be in the top 3 of our list of the worst hotels.
We decided to walk around town and tasted some nice tea together with excellent information about Taiwanese tea. We got a view of the less than spectacular sunset but a nice show of clouds rolling in at the base of the mountain.
Since the hotel room appears to be beside some mechanical device that made the most irritating noise resembling ...

Un peu de tourisme/ some tourism

A travel blog entry by maa3 on May 06, 2015

5 comments, 2 photos

... 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 ...

An interesting interlude

A travel blog entry by tanglt on May 06, 2015

10 photos

... with a store nect door. We tasted some very nice Oolong and were treated to home grown peaches. So, we brought some tea.
We took a walk and stumbled upon a plant boiling bamboo shoots. They told us that they harvested them on the mountain beside the village.
Dinner was delivered to the B&B probably by another relative of the owner. We had steamed ...

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