Magic Mountain Country Home - TEMPORARILY CLOSED
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Well I woke us this morning with really sore quads and knees, I wasn't alone the whole group was suffering from yesterday's mountain descent. After breakfast we headed to the rainforest canopy walk, the 250m uphill climb with stairs a useful loosening exercise for our tired legs. On the way we tried a cats eye lychee which wasn't very nice and were shown the tallest tree in Borneo the Seraya (in Sabah) or Muranti (more commonly known) a hard wood used for furniture. We arrived at the ...
... and either heading up with more supplies or to their villages to work the farmland. All hungry from our morning hiking we headed for the cafe outside the national park gates where the food was good opting for this rather than the pre-paid buffet which had been so disappointing the day before. After lunch it was time to leave and head to Poring Hot Springs (poring means bamboo in Malay). Here there are ...
... stopped at each of the rest shelters to allow the others to catch up. Once we got through the top section, the trail was much more structured with the thousands of steps that we climbed yesterday. You still had to keep your head in it as there was a lot of tripping hazards. The incline decreased as you got further down which helped keep the group much closer. We passed many groups who were heading up so we offered as much advice as we could. Near the end we ...
... cable run to the main village up the mountain which must have cost millions to install. We stayed as a group up to the second rest shelter then our guide Hali let us hike at our own pace up to the lunch stop. Sarah and I led the way with Gina not far behind stopping to take many pictures along the way. We waited at all of the rest shelters for the group to come together before continuing on. There was very little for flat ground on the way up, it was ...
Since we had a 9:00 departure, we weren't in much of a rush this morning. Gina started stirring at around 5:30 while I manage to sleep until shortly before 7:00. After rearranging our bags we headed down to the lobby for breakfast. Gina had sunny side up eggs with beans and a sausage while I opted for one of the Chinese options of chicken noodle soup. I ended up with a large bowl of vermicelli noodles in real chicken broth with chunks of chicken, ...