Tonpo Ti Lun Hotel
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... teaching programs were concluded after Dong He and Jia Li, I was welcomed to stay with a fellow family on the program for an extra week. They had immigrated to the U.S, and had raised their children in New Jersey. However, every year they return to visit family in the capital Taibei and the metropolis of Tainan.
Walk with me please, as we travel through an adventure of learning and exploration in the Far Eastern country of Taiwan.
... some English as her children lives in Richmond, B.C. We then stopped by to see a performance by the local tribe. It was OK.
On the train to Taichung. When we got there, it took a few tries to find our hotel which was only 200m from the station, but on the other side of the tracks. We were in the low rent part of a large hotel, but can't complain for C $47 with free breakfast to boot. ...
... squeaked horribly and a leisurely walk for the next few hours around ponds, temples and some huge Taiwanese Red Cypress trees. The oldest one still standing is estimated to be over 2000 years old.
We checked in at the hotel to find out that the only source of heat is a heating blanket. Hot water is only available between 6 pm and midnight. There are only disposable paper face clothes and paper bath towels. ...
... I would be able to visit both sites, but I learned that the Gorges, although being close by bird's flight, are not accessible by road from here. One would have to return to Taipei and take the Eastern coast road to get there. So I will drop the gorgeous Gorges. Here iThere are plenty of tpurits...Chinese from mainland China.
in Taiwan, they make a big difference between Taiwanese and Chinese.. The Taiwanese are ...
... closest town. Better lucky than good.
The driver from the B&B actually suggested that we should have lunch first and we followed his recommendation and had lunch at the local 7 Eleven. It was actually pretty good.
The B&B was in the middle of nowhere, surrounded by tea plantations and farms. The younger brother of the owner apparently is an award winnimg ...