Ke Chi Hsuan Private Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... about area give it a few days . Dinner at restaurant next door - boss anova - beautiful food - great drinks hence we got smashed sang laughed out loud sang danced then had to climb up three flights scary staircase. Up at 6.00am for early surf winds predicted to be 30knots - yes we did make it - not pretty but good hangover cure . Breakfast different - off shopping ,waterfalls, go carting later , sunbaking , paddle boarding ...
... the police station to get our mountain entry permit (you need one of these, along with a park entry permit, if you want to climb Yushan). The evening was spent quietly, and after we packed our bags we went to bed at 7pm, as we were getting up at 2:30am to start our hike. The main reason for this is because you have to get to the mountain hut (8.5km up the trail) by 10am, and we weren’t sure if we could quite make it in time if we waited for the ...
... wild goats, meeting a random local who invited me to her house for dinner, it really is a little world of its own, the locals still fish with snorkel and spear guns and rely on the ocean and local fruit and veg to feed themselves, I witnessed some amazing fishing skills whilst snorkelling with a girl from guesthouse who was the first first person I went snorkelling with who took a screwdriver and huge knife with her, insisting on catching various creatures for me to eat! Again i ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...