Leader Village Taroko
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... very humid out of the car and we could not motivate ourselves enough to walk up to the caves it was that hot!
The Tropic of Cancer marker was a fun place to stop at. There were bus loads of tourists there of course .. oh well.
Next activity on the agenda was a hot spring bath @ Cocos Forest Hot Spring - Ruei Suei. We had a private hot spring bath each (Shae and I shared one). ...
... wasn't the best. When Aline went to the toilet I surprised her with the sushi which I got from the train station back in Taipei. She couldn't believe. We sat on our bed and ate the sushi whilst trying to find out how to get to Taroko national park the following day. A couple of hours later I said that we should head out and at least see a bit of the city despite the weather. Aline was really cold again so I gave her my coat. We took a slow walk to the promenade passing a ...
... which challenged me.
I rode down the station street and and then turned left towards Highway 8, the Central Cross-Island Highway which runs through the entire length of Taroko Gorge and was one of Chiang Kai-Shek's post-war infrastructure projects. The station street ended at a T-intersection and the main road was divided, the kind of road where I would stop, check one direction is clear, ride halfway across the road to wait on the median, then check the other direction is clear ...
After yesterday's long hike, Eve and I decided to rent a motorbike for the day. It was so refreshing to not be dependent on public transportation or your own two feet to get around. I had almost forgotten what it felt like to come and go as I pleased and not be restricted to a bus or train schedule. I was glad that vehicles travel on the right side of the road so I could focus on learning the local riding customs. Eve had to remember ...
That person left and came back with another person who confirmed that we would not be able to obtain the permits.
As we stood there wondering what to do, a ranger walked up to us and started talking to us.
I can still see the ranger walking up to us from the parking lot. He really had no reason to talk to us, but, he walked straight from the parking lot right towards us almost like he was sent to help us.
Eve told him in Mandarin of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed