Magic Mountain Country Home
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Ranau
... the afternoon, enjoying the views and playing with the lodges 3 resident cats! A few hours after we arrived, the cloud cover really picked up and you could see the cloud around us where we sat. We were literally up with the clouds and was really cool. As night fell, it got really cold as the altitude and lack of sun took its effects. We aren't really prepared for cold weather so had to layer up in pretty much every warm-ish thing we had! ...
Woke early and headed on downstairs to the Sunday markets. The usual stuff was on offer, fruit and vegetables, craft, home wares, pets, clothes, etc. I got myself a hat. Coffee and noodles for breakfast then check out of the accommodation and head for the bus station. Poring is the destination ...
... br> I arrived at the Laban Rata guesthouse which was the stop for the night just after 3pm, Mike and Alanna's were dry and warm and chatting to the Canadian girls who had stayed at the same guesthouse the night before. I stood shivering and dripped all over the floor, then grabbed some clothes to go have a shower and change. Didn't help my spirits to be told there was no hot water!
Had the quickest cold water shower ever, ...
... I would hate to have gone by ordinary bus as it took from 8am until 1.30 pm and cost £7.50. The rest of the trip we took back by taxi and that cost us £10 each and took 2 and a half hours. So the trip back was longer and more expensive than our flight of £12.50 in 40 minutes.
Arrived in Ranau in the rain. The first we had for 4 days, and it rained from 2pm Thursday until 8am Friday. ...
... and bouncing from rock to rock, we made it back to the base camp at Laban Rata. A second breakfast was in order, as well as a change from our snug summit clothes into easier gear for the hike down. Keen to make haste and not prolong our stay on the mountain, we began the second descent. The hike down the 6km trail from yesterday was a lot less energy-intense than on the way up, although a lot more painful. The constant stepping down ...