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... road takes me into many palm oil plantations and the road curved up, over and round for the rest of the day, there are warning signs on the road for wild elephants and taipei's and I end up quite nervous not knowing what to expect, making the resolution to be off the road by sunset which is when I think they would normally be out wandering around! Thankfully I didn't encounter either elephants or teipei's on the road although a few times you could here ...
... favour. It was markedly cooler between these peaks and we did not feel humid at this stretch. At this height, we were at the montane part of the mountain and the beauty of the mossy forest reveals itself. Note that the most beautiful mossy forest in my books is in Gunung Irau, Cameron Highlands.
The last group reached the peak under 4 hours. The sun greeted us in full force but cool winds saved the day. I had my ...
... coming from Johor Bharu to arrived. Mmmm...this is not good, i missed my Kluang style breakfast for waiting an hour for him. Luckily he had a valid reason because his car broke while making his way to Kluang. You see, a journey from Johor Bharu only took about 45 minutes drive.
The meeting adjourned at 4 pm but only one of my agendas was completed (which was the meeting, of course!) and i had to be back in Shah Alam ...
... their work in the evening.
By the time the 3 families met up was around 8.30pm, and when we finally check-in was around 9.10pm. The drive from 2nd Link to the Austin Hills was about 30mins.
After all of us have settled, the 4 families drove to Jusco Tebrau City (about 10mins drive) for our supper, we decided to munch at Old Town Kopi Shop. And the best part, all of us got to shop abit at Jusco as the store closed at 12mn. So by the time we ...
... those who love adventures! The seafood at the restaurants, more like coffee shops, looked tempting! But with the super hot weather and many houseflies, we gave up the idea to lunch there! But we bought many titbits like cuttlefish, crackers and peas which cost less than RM4 each, many were priced at 3 for RM10. One dessert which i think all should try is the Agar Agar Cake (Cai Yan Gao), 12 pieces at ...