Red Garden Resort
Travel Blogs from Pingtung
... the sun: strawberry beer, fried oreos, smelly tofu, the largest corndogs I have ever seen, fried squid, freshly made fruit smoothies, gelato...oh how I could go on. We walked up and down the beach town street filling our mouths with many different tastes, some I loved and some were questionable...music radiated from the streets, fair games and homemade bracelet vendors were scattered within the many food booths. We revisited this street each night ...
... a place to do laundry. We had a map but we couldn't find it so we went back and got the people at our hotel to write down the name then set off again. Then we walked and searched until we finally matched the characters...We will be excellent at pictionary when we get home! It was inside a resort and as we walked passed one of the rooms and we were disgusted. No wonder no one likes Chinese staying at their hotel, I've never seen a room so dirty and trashed! The pretty ...
This brings you to a large surface made of the giant step pyramid with four stone pagodas on each corner. You are not allowed onto the giant step pyramid.
Each of the corner pagodas housed its own shrine
... I almost didn't go to Kenting that weekend and I almost didn't go swing again that morning. I had been in the pool less than an hour when a man jumped into the pool with his clothes on screaming. I knew something had to happened to a child. Less than a minute later thank goodness I saw him pull a small girl from the pool. Her lips were blue and she was not breathing. I was having a hard time watching this when I looked down, ...
... is supposed to stay rainy all week.
Before I go explore the farm I wanted to wrap up the last leg of the
trip in writing (and honestly take a break in the ac).
I arrived safely by boat to Osaka and fell in love with
Japan. I joined couch surfing where
people host travelers for free. My host
is from Osaka and lives alone. He works
in Thailand most of the year but goes back to Japan to rest so he ...