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Travel Blogs from Kaohsiung
... ordinary at all. Next the ‘Meinung Folk Village’ which apparently is well known for making paper umbrellas (we saw more souvenir shops than umbrellas there).
Finally we got into Kaohsiung and we hit a gold mine under the guise of The Kindness Hotel! The room (though a quad share) was luxurious and the hotel had a free 24 hr dessert bar and laundrette .. and all much better value ...
... Kendo at a training centre which was really cool - it's a branch of samurai so there was lots of sword wielding! Next up, we went down to the port area and visited the former British consulate building which is now an art gallery, shop, and cafe with only a small display explaining the building's history.
In the early evening we boarded a solar powered boat for a cruise along the Love River. It was very informative and nice to see the sights along the ...
Unsurprisingly, I woke up this morning with a slightly sore head. Sam and Ginny managed to make it to breakfast but rather shamefully Lauren and I slept in. We'd planned to go snorkeling today but the weather was very windy and the sea was too rough.
Instead we visited a coffee shop and then Sam drove us round to see some of the local sights, including beaches and a place where fire ...
After checking out the temple it was time to catch our train to Kaohsiung. Sam was there to pick us up at the other end and we checked out a night market and had a bite to eat before heading back to Sam's place. He has a very stylish apartment and we've got our own ensuite room which is great! Tomorrow we're heading to the beach at Kenting National Park with Sam and his girlfriend.
... a rainbow Ferris wheel at the top. Finally we arrived at the Howard Plaza Hotel and had a wonderful buffet dinner! This first day was a blast!
We're looking forward to the next day ahead of us!
Written by Afreen G, Caitlyn L, and Courtney ...
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility