Saujana Janda Baik
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... learn more about the various local tribes that are allowed to live and hunt in Taman Negara we realise that maybe we’re being overly cynical. We get a couple of typically-tourist demos too – how to make fire (which is all the more amusing when we learn they don’t use traditional techniques any more, preferring matches or lighters!) and how to make and use a blowpipe and darts. This part is genuinely interesting and fascinating to ...
... really nice. We arrived in Jerantut at 14.30 and we originally wanted to take a ferry to go to Kuala Tahan but we were too late for it since the last departing at 14.00 had been already gone. Our only option was to take a local bus or a private minivan. Just after we got off the bus some guys working for one of the agencies offered to take us to Kuala Tahan for RM 15 if they could find 2 more people. We told them that we were going to give it a thought but in fact we were ...
We had to wake up very early to have breakfast before our bus to Taman Negara. After eating breakfast we waited outside the tour company for our bus. Our bus was meant to pick us up at 7.30. We waited. 8 o'clock past. We waited. 9 o'clock past. We waited. This bus clearly wasn't coming. While questioning this mystery the guy who sold us the thing walked around the corner. He looked at us in surprise wondering why we hadn't been picked up yet. We pestered him until ...
Today we got a nice taste of the Cameron Highlands. It was another early start getting breakfast before we left for the tour. We sat outside the tour desk waiting patiently for Ray the amazing Malaysian. It turned out though that Ray was a dirty liar. He wasn't coming on the tour with us. The man who greeted us for the tour was not Ray but Pond. Yes his names was Pond. Pond was the complete opposite of Ray. Dressed in a sleeveless Ralph Lauren polo, pink hat and a tattoo of his own name ...
Today I was to take a tour with two German girls to Lata Berkoh. I thought it was like a swimming pool, a side river or something. But we found that it was just a part of the river, where they advised not to swim at all hehe. We started at the Jetty and two men took us up another river. The boat driver was actually really good and he steered us around with lots of ease.
After like 45 minutes we stopped at what they call the ...
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