Sun Moon Lake Apollo Resort Hotel
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We only got a morning for the last day...
So dad and I went running in the morning at 8:30am before breakfast;) Just thought it'd be a good idea to fully utilize this 5* quality hotel facilities actually lol
Breakfast was great, with a lot of choices and you can literally get a full set for breakfast. Then we spent our last hour walking through the city, and bumped into an outlet for expensive brands lol
You wouldn't ever believe the discount I had for a ...
... 30002;夜市 (the night market if you're planning to) again.
If it was just dad and I, we would definitely stay till late at night at the market!!! Food even took hours for people to line up for the food! Awwww all I can say was I just don't like people's being too arrogant, as if she was from a level above all others -.-
This shall wrap up my trip and only airport was left for the last day ;)
... would be those trees with labels that you could see in Hong Kong Park or other botanical gardens where you've been visiting starting from the age of 4... But this park stunned me by the maple leaves and blue sky! We went to the hanging bridge and had a nice 2-hour hike. It always feels great to breath in fresh air when you were abroad ;)
As it was our last day in Cingjing, we urged the driver to take us to 魯媽媽 for dinner despite ...
... done for the day. We went Sun Moon Lake for the afternoon but honestly I wasn't too interested in it -- I even didn't bother to take photos during the boat ride. It wasn't fun at all especially being with vast number of tourists from mainland... ARGHHHHH.
Then we went to the hotspring. I thought it'd be neat and tidy, like those in Japan. But the truth proved me super wrong. There were lights in the bathroom but I could barely see myself and the clothing in my bag. ...
... 29973;仔雞). We arrived at the hotel at around 6pm and Mr. Hui unloaded our luggages and left. Our rooms were high up on the "hanging garden", like literally the one furthest up. We gotta climb long, steep, stairs in order to get to our room. The room was gorgeous, wooden floors and beds, 2 storeys high, with warm yellow lights. It was freezing cold at night especially high up on the mountain of Cing Jing... BUT ...