Sir William's Hotel
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... the port was relaxing and beautiful as our driver explained more about life in Taiwan. There are 16,000 temples and four major religions. 78% are Buddhist. Of the original people 90% are christians.
This turned out to be a really charming village and a wonderful tour. We had no idea what to expect but we were very impressed.
Our location today is Kaohsiung Taiwan. It was originally a fishing village. And is now the largest shipping port on Taiwan. It ...
... of this trip. It is big, noisy, and a tad bit smelly. It is a place to land in and then move on out of ASAP (at least in my opinion). That being said, it was good to see a few sights and I have a couple more layover days to see some of the other things that I didn't get to check out yet.
In the evening, I met Fabrice back at the bus station and we got on the bus to Banaue (~8-9 hours drive). And this is where a whole other post will begin...!
... said to enjoy the rest of my stay! They're just genuine people.
6) It's prominently Roman Catholic which is quite apparent with lots of quotes from the bible painted onto tricycles and they're SO INTO CHRISTMAS!!! There are smaller populations of Protestants, Muslims and Buddhists.
7) Transport- When getting a taxi you should insist on using a meter or agree on a price before you set off when there ...
Finally the aeroplane took off, we are with the emirates, from I heard it is very good service. But Not good as I thought when I went on journey with them, one flight attendant aren't that friendly and she was lost lots of patience with us because there communication barrier. We were really bitter with her unfortunate it turn out unpleasure journey from London to Dubai. Anyway finally landed Dubai for connecting flight luckily it was ...
... doing maintenance, construction, trike driver, tour guide, et al. The ride went from paved to dirt to potholed gravel roads to the retreat house. The gate even looked like I was going to a commune. After checking in and getting in my double room (my roomie hadn't arrived yet), I was shown around and given the scoop on how my days would be spent including free times to explore outside the "compound", as I called it.
I arrived in time for breakfast which I later learned how ...