Promisedland Resort & Lagoon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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My third day in Taiwan had me leave Taipei behind so that I could check out one of the most popular parks on the Island. Though I often like to avoid the most popular sites, I also know they are popular for a reason. I am glad I made the decision that I did for I found Taroko National Park to live up to the hype. For one full day I had quite an adventure in this exciting park centered on the Taroko Gorge! Taroko ...
Despite the fact that there actually a road linking Sun Moon lake with Hualien, public transport required that we travel around the island instead. A tortuous train trip for 5h from Taichung delivered us to the hotel before midnight. Thank haven it appeared to be a brand new hotel and we have a room on the top floor.
Breakfast was a 3 course western affair with salad, main course and dessert. This ...
... Silks Place Taroko - i think it's actually inside the Taroko National Park. Our driver is a tour guide plus driver. He explained to us the stories and history of the mountains. Really gorgeous scenes! The mountains were part of the central mountain range that ran through the middle of Taiwan north to south. They are famous for marble rocks and other precious stones. There was no danger of mud slide here because the mountains were rocks. ...
Bright and early we headed out to Taroko National Park. It was just as beautiful as the first time I was there 14 years ago, but much better weather this time around. It was actually perfect weather for a stroll through the park....breezy with clear skies. I remember back in 2001 it was in August after the Study tour was over when we travelled around the island. The heat was unbearable and it was so humid that we looked like we just ...
... so the yolk spills out over the pancake resulting in a truly memorable mouthful! Certainly worth hunting out this place, & it wasn't difficult to find with a queue of 15 people waiting outside. Found a nice little coffee shop after where the owner was sat sorting out the dried beans - picking out the duff ones in preparation for the next roast. Enjoyed a very fragrant strong coffee and hot cocoa there, and sated our appetite with some fried noodles ...