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 …
Happy birthday to my beautiful Anai ! My bub turned 10 today and I believe she was spoilt at home by the boys - Dad, Grandad, Rhys and Owen! Sorry I'm not there to give you birthday hug and kisses Anai, but I promise I will make up for them in a few days time!
Mum’s friend Bella (whom she met on a cruise a couple of years ago) met us at our hotel this morning. Mum had been ...
... com which told us that it would take us 5hrs and we had to go past Taipei to get there. We eventually agreed that we should go back to Taipei for another couple of nights before heading down the west coast to Taichung and sun moon lake. The following day we set our alarms for 8am but ended up getting up at 9.30. It was so weird again that we both didn't want to get up. We just wanted to stay in bed all day. I was first in the shower because I didn't want the whole day to ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...