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

To the Top of the Island

A travel blog entry by orla_liam on Aug 29, 2015

32 photos

... on the road, making our total for the day 28km and around 1700m elevation gain. Not too shabby! The rest of the day was mainly spent sleeping, apart from a short stint to eat dinner.

The next morning we woke up at 8am to find that all the other people, around 25 of them, had already left for the trail, and we had the place to ourselves for the morning while we had breakfast and packed bags. We went out to the road for 10:30am to catch the bus ...

Day 1: Sun Moon Lake and surroundings

A travel blog entry by itzekina on Aug 10, 2015

12 photos

Sun Moon Lake- very pretty, you appreciate the nature in Taiwan. But, it's just a mountain lake.  Xuanzang Temple- Buddhist, honouring monk who traveled to India to study Buddhism and translate scriptures in Chinese, bringing the religion to China.  Ci'en Pagoda- built by Chiang Kai Sek in memory of his mother when she died (1971). It's 46m tall, and it's built ...

Flying squirrels, fire-flies, and monsters

A travel blog entry by deborah.young on Jul 29, 2015

48 photos

... guess.

The party on the final night was fun, and the teachers had a well-earned drink after at the little High Life store - like a 7-11 chain. Next day the bus was very quiet, from exhausted kids who mostly slept, tho a few ********es kept playing on their phones.

Overall, I loved Taiwan- it's like a clean, civilised version of China, and people care about ...

Teaching in Taiwan

A travel blog entry by walkwithme on May 24, 2015

1 comment, 121 photos

With almost no experience abroad and a mediocre level of Mandarin, my first immersive abroad experience took place in Taiwan. Given the opportunity to serve as an English teacher, I was lucky enough to be able to teach in two locations, volunteer on an orphanage, and live temporarily with members of a most warm and friendly Taiwanese family. I want you, dear reader, to follow my journey into this beautiful country, learning and absorbing ...

Lukang old town

A travel blog entry by markncatherine on Apr 04, 2015

14 photos

... Ho Temple - incense curling', perhaps something was lost in translation here and the author meant 'incense choking'... There were some interesting sights dotted around the temple, including a statue of a bloke with arms coming out of his eyes! If anyone knows the religious/symbolic meaning of this please let us know!

Later in the day the crowds really began to pile in and we made our escape before the narrow lanes became swamped!