Na Shan Gu Spring Resort

Address: No.49 Huanshan Road, Wulai Town, Xinbei, 233, Taiwan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.49 Huanshan Road, Wulai Town, Xinbei.
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Une étudiante studieuse!

A travel blog entry by hsuan on Nov 10, 2015

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Ni hao tout le monde

Je prends un petite pause pour vous écrire ce blog durant ma semaine d'examens de mi-session. Mon cerveau ne peut plus rien absorber pour le moment..

Ces trois dernières semaines depuis le 25 octobre, je suis à peine sortie de ma chambre et j'ai affronté courageusement ma pille de montagne de devoirs et d'études. Vendredi le 23 octobre, j'ai un examen qui couvrait le premier chapitre de mon cours de Chinois ...

2nd month!!

A travel blog entry by hsuan on Nov 01, 2015

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Ni hao from Taipei,

Sorry for not posting any blog and news those last weeks, I was quite busy. While I'm writing this entry, my 2nd month is already finished. Rest now only 8 months!

Maokong Gondola
Two weeks ago, on October 17, one of my friends invited me to go to Muzha, I didn't plan any outdoor activity during that weekend. Then I accepted and we met at the dormitory entrance. She was with two other German girls. We took the subway to Taipei ...


A travel blog entry by rolandandlizzie on Oct 27, 2015

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... meal for a week!!! :) On the last day we only had a few hours so we decided to head back to the hipster area for a mooch! We basically looked around the shops, had lunch, coffee and cake. Perfect relaxing day before heading off to the airport. We also decided we are going to open up a florist at some point and possibly a hostel....Next stop South Korea...bring on the kimchi! Taiwan scores on the doors: Ro: 7.5/10 Lizzie 7/10 ***Disclaimer: certainly not in Tongwynlais between the years of ...

The Chinese Taiwan

A travel blog entry by annavan on May 08, 2014

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... at Shilin by midday so decided to grab some pastries from a Bakery for lunch tempted by and unable to resist the mouth watering smells of freshly baked cakes. One thing we have discovered is the Taiwanese really know how to bake which is surprising because everywhere else I've been on Asia really don't. The bakeries here would give top french patisseries some serious competition. For that reason, we took ages trying to decide what to get so ended up probably buying more than ...

The Second China

A travel blog entry by tdv95 on Oct 02, 2012

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... used to be a feature among both men and women as a token of adulthood or honor, or to differentiate them from other tribes at a time when headhunting remained a popular practice. Due to a ban on this custom during the Japanese colonial days, it is now just self-applied black magic marker (learned from Kuta Beach Aussies?).

The plastic aboriginal experience was more than balanced by the Toilet Bowl Restaurant and we had a really good time in Taiwan.