The Splendor Hotel
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Taichung and Kaohsiung - two cities I've never before visited! This part of the trip was at a high speed (literally at times) and exhilarating. The bus to Taichung was uneventful, but driving through the countryside involved spectacular views of farms, rice paddies, ornate temples, palm trees, and the occasional high rise building. I spoke to Jenny …
We left the hotel at 9am. Owen, Takako and James spent the next 20 minutes or so discussing the events from yesterday ie having to take the cabs from the train station rather than having Mr Chen pick us up as well as the timing of the activities for today. We were going to be split up into three different groups depending on who does what. Owen and …
We left Sun Moon Lake at around 10.30am. It was going to be a long day and a bit of a headache for Owen. Some of us were going to take the train or several trains to Taichung and some of would be coaching it all the way there. This whole area had been hit by the 1999 earthquake.
Mr Chen, the driver, had brought his two dogs along again. …
... it off the menu and don't know how gross it will look but here it's right there so there's no disguising it. All the what seem like exotic fruits come bundled together on the same stall, but cherries are exotic enough over here to appear alone. You get used to the crowds pretty quickly and with all the Asian faces you sort of expect it. But the streets are like this every day until past midnight. ...
... in mainland China you have to pay as a student to use the uni running track!? No, that's a uni in Victoria. Eventually it was time for more food. The streets are packed now that it's evening. Every second shop front is somewhere to eat. But much of it is the same. Food is quite similar (on the face of it) and that includes the insides of these eateries. Yeah, 'eatery'. Sounds like **** but 'restaurant' gives the ...