Lees Boutique Hotel

Address: No.106 Wufu First Road, Shinshing District, Kaohsiung, Taiwan | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on No.106 Wufu First Road, Shinshing District, Kaohsiung.
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      Travel Blogs from Kaohsiung

      Lotus Pond

      A travel blog entry by sting on Oct 03, 2014

      Got to the hostel and the nice owner took me across the alley to the market for a buffet. Then I rode the MRT to Lotus Pond, ate some Beef Noodle soup, the went to the harbour area where there was Bikertopia going on... a motorcycle conference with a giant stage of music and spotlighting after dark, but no band.... just local bike club guys driving the bikes on stage with little scantily clad taiwanese girls waving their flags from the back seat.
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      Starting to Settle in...

      A travel blog entry by jonnyjrroberts on Sep 10, 2014

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      ... question they had just learnt to the various staff members around, and then they got to reward the staff members by giving them a sticker when they answered correctly! It was a relative success! I continued to use the Vegas game in other classes. The class on Tuesday was the funniest! One team only made small sensible bets consistently, the other team had an "all or nothing" attitude, which initially saw them lose all their money...but then they eventually came back to win the ...

      First Week of Teaching!

      A travel blog entry by jonnyjrroberts on Aug 18, 2014

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      ... by my CT that the girls had all been telling her/asking her how to tell me that I was "really handsome"! BOOM! Instant brownie points anyway! Funny names in this class? Sure why not, I have a "Lion" yes, a Lion in my class! Also a "Tommy" - which sent me into my "Snatch" mode, where I started reciting Turkishes lines from the beginning "He says he's named after a Gun, but we all know...." safe to say the kids didn't understand me! Also there's a Cherish, Celina and a Melonie ...

      Cool and Modern City on the Coast

      A travel blog entry by adamphillipsuk on Aug 17, 2014

      12 photos

      ... over the ocean. However, it is quite expensive to enter at NTD $250 and there isn't really that much to do there. Plus, annoyingly there are audio guides which explain the history of the building but they're read by an American trying to do an impersonation of a British accent.

      I wish I spent a little longer in Kaohsiung because there were a few other things I wanted to do there. However, I was going to Kenting the next day and Kenting is one of my most favourite places ever!
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      Confucius Temple and the great Costco experience

      A travel blog entry by jonnyjrroberts on Aug 16, 2014

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      ... carved wooden pens. There was even a stall run by a British person selling UK and London memorabilia!
      Sunday was scheduled to be an exciting day! Our trip to Costco with Alexandras kindy head teacher! Woooo! I've never been to Costco before, or any other store similar to Costco now that I say that! It was definitely an experience! For people who don't know what these stores are...they have everything you usually buy, just in bulk and for cheaper prices. Best purchases ...