Leader Village Taroko
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Left Guanziling after breakfast and drove to a nearby Fire and Water spring, a natural phenomenon where lit natural gas is spurting up through a hot spring, creating a fire on water effect. Random! Tried some honey water and a random root vegetable from a market then drove on to Alishen in the mountains on Highway 18. The idea was to drive along …
... 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). ...
20th - 22nd March We arrived in Hualein around midday and it was then a ten minute walk to our hostel. We followed the instructions that were on hostelworld.com. Apart from a couple of roads being miss spelt it was a nice easy description. Aline's foot was still hurting from falling over in Coron (Philippines) so we took our time. The hostel was really nice and cosy. The room was spot on apart from that it had no window. We chilled out here for a couple of hours because ...
Luckily there was a shop at the bus interchange which hired out motor scooters and bicycles. I wasn't going to hire a scooter, I'm not licenced to ride a scooter in Australia so my travel insurance won't cover me if I have an accident - but I know how to ride a bike. And for just NT$200 I got my own bike for the afternoon.
This is the first time I have ever operated a vehicle in a left-hand drive country. Keeping to the right is easy, anyone can do that. ...
... right because in Singapore vehicles travel on the left side of the road. The most difficult part of the road rules for both of us was the box at some intersections for motorbikes to make left turns. When you wanted to make a left turn at these particular intersections, motorbikes had to actually be in the right lane, turn right at the intersection, than make a quick, sharp, left turn u-turn into a box painted on the road. Then ...