SPA Home Sun Moon Lake Lakeside Hotel
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... about area give it a few days . Dinner at restaurant next door - boss anova - beautiful food - great drinks hence we got smashed sang laughed out loud sang danced then had to climb up three flights scary staircase. Up at 6.00am for early surf winds predicted to be 30knots - yes we did make it - not pretty but good hangover cure . Breakfast different - off shopping ,waterfalls, go carting later , sunbaking , paddle boarding ...
This weekend is another holiday in Taiwan, Taiwan Day, kinda like Canada Day. It is the day the ruling party left China and came to Taiwan, also known as Double 10.. 10/10! I again decided to take advantage of having 2 days off so I joined a tour to Sun Moon Lake with the same group I have done other activities with. Today I am traveling via the High Speed Train to Taichung, which like it claims, is very fast!! This time the tour was only a small group, 3 of us, which was really nice, ...
... Daoist have people and animals. Wanwu worships Conficus, master of pen, and Kuan Ti, master of sword, in two separate temples, each decorated accordingly (eg, Kuan Ti temple has pictures of battles and described different types of swords and associated stories); temple is known as Literature-Warrior temple. Later saw town of JiJi (not Chinese but aboriginal naming) that ...
... recycling and the environment. Driving through the mountains and bush reminded me of NZ at times, except that there were so many tropical plants. We had a thunderstorm most afternoons, but they were over within 20 mins or so, so no real problem.
I totally recommend a visit, and would love to go back again myself, as I've only seen a very small part of the country.
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 ...