Toyo Hotel

No.50 San-Min Street, Hualien, Taiwan | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by roamas


... Adrian’s and my Pebbly Beach down on the south coast. I love pebble beaches, they are so mesmerising hearing the water run off the pebbles just like a rain stick.

Bashian Cave was our next stop. We didn’t visit it though as it seemed just like a hole in the cliff face and all the artifacts had been moved to the Prehistory Musuem that we’d visited yesterday. Actually it ...

A lovely national park but we needed more time.

A travel blog entry by adamwilson4


... it made us not want to get up and to sleep more. When we finally got up we slowly made our way back to the bus station popping into a 7Eleven along the way to get our lunch for the day The journey to the national park wasn't too long at all. The owner of our hostel pointed out a few small hikes that we should do. We decided to get the bus to the furthest away one and work our way to the entrance of the national park. The waterfall hike took us an hour each way. Along the ...

Regional Reverie Rides A Bike

A travel blog entry by regionalreverie

... which meant I would stall on hills. The lowest chainring on the front gears wouldn't work at all - the chainring I needed to tackle steep climbs.
I have no doubt that, despite my weight, I now have the fitness and the confidence to be able to ride the entire gorge, all 18 km of it or so. But the bike wouldn't let me. After an hour I reached the 182 km marker on Highway 8 (the eastern end of the highway is at 189.8 km, so 7.8 km along that highway plus another kilometre or ...

Motorbiking around Hualien

A travel blog entry by devcgw1


... coastal road to get back to Hualien, thus completing a loop. We had no set itinerary other than to visit the sugar factory because everyone goes there for ice cream and I didn't want to be left out! :) Not long after we reached the coast it got dark, cold, windy, and rainy. In fact, the last two hours of the ride was in the rain. We had a 24 hours to return the bike and a 200 km (120 miles) limit. We tallied 192 km in 23.5 hours. ...

Hiking Zhuilu Trail

A travel blog entry by devcgw1


... not need a permit!

The permits took a while to process. I remember when we were in the park administrative office that a worker said to another worker that same day permits are not allowed.

The other worker responded saying that the ranger had requested these permits be approved.

Voila! Permit number 1 was now underway!

When permit 1 was complete, the ranger then walked us over to the police station where we began the paperwork for the second ...


This hotel, located on No.50 San-Min Street, Hualien, is near Shihtiping.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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