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Alishan area

Postby Southpaw » 18 Jan 2003, 00:16

can anyone help me?

or could anyone just tell me if they have ever stayed at (if there are any) a japanese style hotspring hotel, i cant help but assume that the japanese left that kind of thing behind, and i really need to be chilling out and seeing some of this island. if youve done this in japan you will know what I mean, traditional style hotel, with tatamis, futons, n sh1t...with outdoor natural spring pools.

I would like names and perhaps even contact numbers of these places so i can arrange something.

thanks
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