Zai Yan Leader Hotel
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... night markets where they turn all types of food into whimsical extravaganzas that just get your tastebuds howling. They can deep fry a chicken better than anyone from the south and have cooking pork down to a true art form. And don’t let me forget about the shaved snow which is very different from shaved ice. OMG! Did I just use that abbreviation?…damn straight I did cause I can’t get enough of it. Taiwan just gets it.
... the dead landscape, steam rising from the water and the ground itself, sulphur-coloured rocks - I felt like Frodo walking into Mordor. I have some great photos of that. Anthony also created and manages a website - TaiwanEase. Here is a link to it, to an article about the hot spring. Check it and the site out - very cool!
I could go on, but this is already too long. Sorry about ...
... SHOPPONG CENTER. Thereafter proceed to KAISYUAN NIGHT MARKET for shopping too.
After check out, we proceed to NANTOU,to SUN MOON LAKE SCENIC AREA.Then visit to KING GARDEN,the Taiwan first theme of president of the Republic of China,appearance of buildings is the European Style Castle into Fairy Tale.and shopping ay FONG IA NIGHT MARKET in TAICHUNG.
At TAICHUNG,we visit ...
... my volunteer group in Cambodia to tell them to pick me up tomorrow instead.
"Hey Dennis, when I passed you in the corridor, didn't you ask if my name was Ed, not Ken?" In his hard to understand English, I'm almost certain he told me that that was the name they told him to ask for. So now I'm about 15 minutes from the airport in not one of Taiwan's nicest tourist areas by any means... unlike the very tasty dumplings I had ...
... where we ate an unimpressive and overpriced dinner before crawling into bed early. Unfortunately, we were kept awake by our inconsiderate neighbours and their whiny kids banging doors and chattering outside our room, and when they had finished, by the A-C thumping on and off.
Sunday, July 11th, 2010
Sitting on a train, chugging north through Taiwan’s Eastern Rift Valley I was, once again, astounded by the beauty of this country. The train was ...