Ke Chi Hsuan Private Hotel
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... how to use a bow and arrow in the so called mock villages. I learned that the staff there is Aboriginal. After this fun experience, we rode the cable car to the Sun Moon Lake. After arriving, we took a boat tour on Sun Moon Lake. The lake was HUGE. The captain was driving the ship and talking, but most people didn't understand, so they played games at the back of the boat while I hoped for a bathroom. (Jimmy ...
... huh? Yet, the meal was great, especially for the beef pot and the spicy chicken they served. They even helped us arrange a cab for returning to the hotel. So here come's another surprise! As it was the day of Christmas Eve, the hotel organized gift exchanges and bingo game for all of us! I won a stationary pack and a cutlery set :P The atmosphere was just right to cover up the frustration we had about the driver's performance today. The day was great after all :)
... me forever to dress in swimsuit and jump into the water. The hotspring was great but exhausting... I fell right asleep as soon as I got on the car. I guess hotsprings weren't good ideas for those who felt their periods are coming -v-
Mr. Hui refused to drive us to any place for dinner after 6pm so he just brought us back to the hotel and insisted us to have dinner in our dining room in this hotel. Of course we are not doing so. We went to 紙箱王 for ...
... that was pretty much our first day -- getting used to lives in Taichung, eating and going to bed early... hmm... health I hope.
There were actually 2 things that impressed me about this Hanging Garden of Shangrila's.
1) They own dogs that walk you home after going out to the shopping mall
2) It was 冬至 and the hotel prepared riceballs for all of us which made us feel so warm despite the LACK of heater -v-
rented a scooter for the 100km trip into the mountains to climb taiwan's highest peak, Yushan.
stopped for a 5km sidetrip to Fenihu...walk around, eat railway lunch box.
move on to Yushan, get my police permit organized, eat and get to sleep.