Lees Boutique Hotel

No.106 Wufu First Road, Shinshing District, Kaohsiung, Taiwan | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kaohsiung

Day 1

A travel blog entry by tis

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We've finally arrived in Taiwan! The plane trip to Kaohsiung was surprisingly short, although it was two hours long. Oh, the time flies! After we landed, we took a bus ride to the E-DA mall and went shopping. The mall was beautiful, and ...

We are the 1%

A travel blog entry by donnaterman

... very nice. One taxi driver was so excited to talk to us, he kept saying "How are you? How are you?" Over and over again. It was cute. Unlike India, they don't stop us and initiate a long chat, or ask to take their pictures with us. They just smile and say ...

Thoughts on Taiwan

A travel blog entry by donnaterman

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... an English translation, but only 10% or fewer of the Taiwanese business signs include English. (Luckily, the Taiwanese street signs are almost always in Mandarin and English.)

It's kind of embarrassing, and makes me think of this joke:
What do you call someone who speaks two languages? Bilingual
What do you call someone who speaks three or more languages? Multilingual
What do you call someone who speaks only one language? ...

In the Night Market

A travel blog entry by donnaterman

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Kaohsiung has two night markets, open every day of the year. Several blocks are closed to traffic, and filled with food vendors and stalls selling purses, t-shirts, iPhone covers, and tchotchkes. Kaohsiung is a coastal city, so there's a lot of fresh seafood at the stalls. That and something called "stinky tofu" which is apparently an acquired taste, like French cheeses. It was a very fragrant ...

Love Pier, Banana Pier, and Chocolate Cake

A travel blog entry by summersabroad

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... think about this temple in contrast to all the others we've seen was that it had an interior balcony, on which sat a large statute (I tried to take a picture, though my angle was poor and so the photo doesn't do justice to the space). All the other temples we've seen (aside from another one we saw in Kaohsiung while walking around) have had only the one level.

Our walk down the river continued past a large bronze(?) dragon and to the Love Pier, which had some very ...

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This 2 star hotel is located on No.106 Wufu First Road, Shinshing District, Kaohsiung.
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