Lealea Garden Hotels-Sun Moon Lake
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Very Nice hotel and very close to the Lake. We had a nice room with two large beds and the breakfast was okay.
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Ved 9-tiden kørte vi afsted mod Sun Moon Lake (eller Su Mu Lake som de lokale og farfar udtaler det). Tøserne hyggede sig på bagsædet med hver deres tablet så køreturen på 3 timer var til at overkomme. Vejen til Sun Moon Lake er utrolig smuk fordi den ligger et godt stykke oppe i bjergene. Da vi kom derop skulle …
... teaching in Jia Li in the house of a humble and magnanimous couple. After getting his phD in Chemistry, the father of this household, who wishes to remain unnamed, opened his house to children from disadvantage homes to come study at his house free of charge. Most of them were still attending elementary school. As we were there on the students' summer vacation, our purpose was to lead an English teaching summer camp.
... was a 4 Km walk uphill to the mushroom farm that we wanted to visit. There were many mushroom farms and people processing and selling mushrooms on the way. This area apparently produces 60% of all the mushrooms grown in Taiwan. Mushrooms are grown in little plastic bags now and you can buy bags already seeded to grow your own mushrooms at home. We ...
... flavored dehydrated mushrooms which was unexpectedly good to bring home. Dinner was take out local food.
We were the only people at breakfast the next morning. We decided to head to Taichung in the evening as we need to go around the island to get to our next location. For the day in Shueishe, we bought a boat ride across the lake. We started going to a temple celebrating the ...
We finally made it to the Alishan village only to find out that the hotel we booked was no where near the village. So, the only English speaking person at the tourist information took us to a hotel that we think later is ran by his friend. Anyway, the owner actually speaks Cantonese and was quite helpful. The hotel would charitably be described as rudimentary.
We took a ride on the historic narrow gauge ...