Toong Mao Kao Shang Ching Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... with friends for my good friend who had left her job in Hualien. So it was a bitter sweet final weekend as again I was a little sad to leave but I have left with some great memories, and good friends. A long bus ride followed, back to Taichung for the short hop ( should've been short.....) over to Hong Kong for a few days. Even my final bus ride had a twist as I was guided to the bus stop firstly by a good friend in Taipei to buy the ticket (she basically bought ...
... decided to head after the band, and the firecrackers followed us into a narrow alleyway, from which there was no escape. It was genuinely scary and we high-tailed it out of there as soon as we could. We went to more temples to calm down and would sometimes hear more explosions going off in the distance.
One of our final temples, Chihkan, had the remains of a Dutch fort, built in 1653, as it's base. It has since gone through ...
... to sweep across the island in the middle of our trek. There’s no sense in being stuck on exposed ridges at 3000m in a typhoon; we had to call the trip off. Oh, weather.
So instead we had a spare day in Yilan. We went for a great 10km run along the river, and saw a neat Japanese-style house that’s been converted into a museum. Then we sat down and started re-thinking the next two weeks. In the end, we decided to do a ...
Went to Fo Guang Shan, largest Buddhist monastery. Very large, with 8 pagodas (each dedicated to something, with different topical exhibits) along the central lane leading to the main building that has various mini-museums and shrines. At each point we could interact with the monks and nuns who told us about the monastery. Behind the main building was a ...
... the 1700's. The old fort was originally built by the Dutch in the 1600's and conquered by a Ming general retreating from the advancing Qing army. We then thought we would walk to the night market which turned out to be an over an hour walk. It was actually bigger than the one we saw in Taipei. Food was good. Bubble tea made with winter melon with pearls was exquisite. ...