Lealea Garden Hotels-Sun Moon Lake

No.31 Shueisiou Street, Sun-moon Lake, Yuchih Town, Nantou, 555, Taiwan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.31 Shueisiou Street, Sun-moon Lake, Yuchih Town, Nantou.
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    Noble Silence

    A travel blog entry by nomad82 on Jun 03, 2014

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    ... they would spit after brushing their teeth but they did it in such a manner that it sounded like they were vomitting! It was gross. On the days where I felt nauseaous, it was really difficult to resist the urge to vomit! I learned to build tolerance and also accept that the culture is different. I just hope they dont come and do it in the western world, because they would not give a great impression.

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    Taichung-Days 5 &6: Cooking and Acupuncture

    A travel blog entry by morgangoche on May 22, 2014

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    ... they were both really good. We also ate bamboo, pork that was cooked with the skin and fat, and clam soup. All were excellent! That night we went out with the students and had a great time, they also gave us Chinese names- mine is Shi yuan ( I still don't have the Chinese characters down). Their names go last name then first name and usually mean something. So Shi is from my last name and yuan is a traditional dance and means free or open space. We had been ...

    Taichung-Days 3 & 4: Ice Cream and Earthquakes

    A travel blog entry by morgangoche on May 21, 2014

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    ... either, only picked by the higher ranking officials. He thought that the fact that officials can't be open about any kind of faith is one of the huge issues in China. The economy is very capitalist, but the government still has one belief-Communism. Our quality of life and the freedoms we have in America can't be taken for granted, and it is so important that our officials are elected and have the freedom of religion, that allows for higher standards ...

    Taichung Adventures- Days 1 and 2

    A travel blog entry by morgangoche on May 21, 2014

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    Taichung Day 1
    Sunday was our first day in Taichung and for lunch we met the students of China Medical University. It was rainy that day and they told us it would be all week as it was their rainy season. It was also extremely humid. They took us to a hibachi restaurant, where they made the food in front of us and put it on a sheet of tin foil. There was no air conditioning. Thankfully we had cold tea, instead of the traditional hot tea! Then we ...

    Shopping galore!!!!

    A travel blog entry by nomad82 on May 10, 2014

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    Hello my beautiful people, I made it to Taiwan smoothly where I met with my highschool friend Wen-Ling, we went to Sedbergh School together for grade 11 and 12. Taiwan is still hot but not was hot as the Philippines and not as humid which is such a nice change. We took the high speed train from Taipei to Taichung. It feels good to see more modern ways and more organised ways to do things :).

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