Junli Business Hotel

Address: No.16 Kuan Yuan Road, Panchiao, Taipei, 220, Taiwan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.16 Kuan Yuan Road, Panchiao, Taipei, is near Gordon Highlanders Regimental Museum, Duthie Park, Storybook Glen, and Hazlehead Park.
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The Next Chapter Begins

A travel blog entry by inkiara on Sep 01, 2015

... s Court and changed to the Piccadilly Line. A very kind man saw our puzzled looks and directed us to the right platform. There was the train so on we went. Fortunately I said to a man is this the train to Bayswater? YES/ NO NO. So off we got just as the doors closed! That train was in 9 minutes. We were finally at our destination, Bayswater Station. We went up the stairs, Gerard and Lorne carrying a case in each hand! Should have taken a ...

Our First Castle

A travel blog entry by inkiara on Aug 29, 2015

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... on and then we were off! We went to an Indian Restaurant in Kinmuck called the Boar's Head. I had a butter chicken and it was delicious. It was very funny watching the poor Indian lady try to understand our accents! We went back to Wilma and Ian's for a night cap and then Ian dropped us off at Auntie Bab's and Bob's. Auntie Babsand Bob were waiting for us and we had a scone and another night cap before we headed to bed about ...

A Drive Through The Highlands and Inverurie

A travel blog entry by inkiara on Aug 27, 2015

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The morning starts are getting later and later! Once Lorne woke up we headed downstairs for buttries and a coffee. David suggested that we go to the Duthie Park, which we all agreed to. The Duthie,Park is a park that we would visit when we lived in Aberdeen. It is situated on the banks of the River Dee and officially opened in 1883. We wandered through the different hothouses enjoying all ...

Thyphoons, Trail Runs and Tea

A travel blog entry by orla_liam on Aug 15, 2015

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... tour of the random suspension bridge that leads to absolutely nowhere. Shifen is a beautiful horseshoe waterfall, that looks a little like Niagara, but smaller. The mist rising off the water was wonderful, and we could have stayed all day.

On the way back to the train we made a short stop for snow ice: mango and strawberry, and green tea red bean, to be precise. Very tasty! Our next stop was to the town of Pingxi, down the line a few ...

A short journey around Taiwan

A travel blog entry by grizzly on Jan 14, 2015

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... farmer’s income and therefore Adan, Yi-Hsien and other like minded and affected people went to Taipei to demonstrate against that decision (while I got to dig out lotus roots). Adan is known for his rice and he sells it all over Taiwan. We usually had breakfast, lunch and dinner together with Yi-Hsien cooking and us cleaning up. I did not envy her – she had to think of different menus for three meals a day for 7 days a week!! ...

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