Lealea Garden Hotels-Sun Moon Lake
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLealea Garden Hotels-Sun Moon Lake Nantou
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 …
And work out it did! But more on that later. After we last left you we were in Tainan, and had an afternoon free to wander around. We spent it looking at old forts (Fort Proventia – a Dutch fort from when they colonized the island), a few temples, and a small shop for snow ice (just because we can). The next morning was a special treat. This hostel has a really nice kitchen (most hostels in Taiwan do not have them), and we'd bought some peanut rice milk ...
... Daoist have people and animals. Wanwu worships Conficus, master of pen, and Kuan Ti, master of sword, in two separate temples, each decorated accordingly (eg, Kuan Ti temple has pictures of battles and described different types of swords and associated stories); temple is known as Literature-Warrior temple. Later saw town of JiJi (not Chinese but aboriginal naming) that ...
... research unit, and it was obvious that the kids really enjoyed the outdoors stuff. We went on a tour the night we arrived, and saw flying squirrels, frogs, and a fire-fly - pretty exciting for city kids, and my first squirrel too!
The strangest thing we did was go to the monster village next to the nature park - a strange theme for a village, but it was rather ...
With almost no experience abroad and a mediocre level of Mandarin, my first immersive abroad experience took place in Taiwan. Given the opportunity to serve as an English teacher, I was lucky enough to be able to teach in two locations, volunteer on an orphanage, and live temporarily with members of a most warm and friendly Taiwanese family. I want you, dear reader, to follow my journey into this beautiful country, learning and absorbing ...