E t Hotel

Address: No.21-1 Caoling Village, Gukeng Town, Yun-lin, 646, Taiwan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.21-1 Caoling Village, Gukeng Town, Yun-lin.
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Travel Blogs from Yun-lin

Teaching in Taiwan

A travel blog entry by walkwithme on May 24, 2015

1 comment, 121 photos

... teaching in Jia Li in the house of a humble and magnanimous couple. After getting his phD in Chemistry, the father of this household, who wishes to remain unnamed, opened his house to children from disadvantage homes to come study at his house free of charge. Most of them were still attending elementary school. As we were there on the students' summer vacation, our purpose was to lead an English teaching summer camp.

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Nice lake too much fog

A travel blog entry by tanglt on May 08, 2015

5 photos

... from an annoyed monk because we couldn't understand what he was saying and another hike, we arrived at the Cien pagoda. It was built by generalissmo Chiang to commeroate his mother. It was repaired after extensive damage in the 1999 earthquake. The views would have been spectacular if the fog didn't roll in.
Next stop was Ita Thao which is a small town built around ...

Beautiful Mountain

A travel blog entry by tanglt on May 07, 2015

11 photos

... certainly be in the top 3 of our list of the worst hotels.
We decided to walk around town and tasted some nice tea together with excellent information about Taiwanese tea. We got a view of the less than spectacular sunset but a nice show of clouds rolling in at the base of the mountain.
Since the hotel room appears to be beside some mechanical device that made the most irritating noise resembling ...

Un peu de tourisme/ some tourism

A travel blog entry by maa3 on May 06, 2015

5 comments, 2 photos

... I would be able to visit both sites, but I learned that the Gorges, although being close by bird's flight, are not accessible by road from here. One would have to return to Taipei and take the Eastern coast road to get there. So I will drop the gorgeous Gorges. Here iThere are plenty of tpurits...Chinese from mainland China.
in Taiwan, they make a big difference between Taiwanese and Chinese.. The Taiwanese are ...

An interesting interlude

A travel blog entry by tanglt on May 06, 2015

10 photos

... with a store nect door. We tasted some very nice Oolong and were treated to home grown peaches. So, we brought some tea.
We took a walk and stumbled upon a plant boiling bamboo shoots. They told us that they harvested them on the mountain beside the village.
Dinner was delivered to the B&B probably by another relative of the owner. We had steamed ...