Berjaya Hills Golf & Country Club
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... the hill to meet our first mode of transport – a small minivan! There’s eight of us heading in the same direction so the thing is fairly full as we set off heading east towards the far side of peninsular Malaysia. We stop after an hour and a half at the town of Jerantut, to use an ATM and to sort things out at the local office of our travel company. Then we jump back in the minivan and continue on for another couple of hours. We seem to ...
... was the Canopy Walkway which we reached after a 30-minute walk. We bought our tickets (RM 5), left our bags at the ticket counter and started the canopy. The walk was nice but nothing so overwhelming (at least in my opinion). We walked across the jungle and got a view from a higher point (about 45 meters). It was quite nice to be able to see the jungle from a birdīs-eye view. It took us around 30 minutes to do the whole walkway.
When we finished we had to keep moving ...
... the weather got excruciatingly hot. Pond thought this would a great time to ramble to us about tea. We were standing dying while Pond was speaking utter nonsense, every word he said he followed with OK. No Pond we are not OK we are standing in the middle of the midday sun! Luckily Pond stopped talking before all my life force had been sucked out of my body. The next stop was at the highest point on Cameron Highlands. Here we climbed a tower for the view. From the top you could see ...
... one you could find was a varaan, which I actually saw at Langkawi. He also spotted a scorpion, I never would be able to find it. It was a black scorpion, where they also have green scorpions and wood scorpions. He also showed us a wood scorpion and I can tell you, a wood scorpion doesn’t look like a scorpion… I had trouble recognising it.
All through the trip we saw lots of termites and giant ants, but he kept ...
... told us we could walk through the village and if we pointed our camera at one of the tribe members, they would either walk away or stay. If they walked away, they did not want their picture taken. If they didn't move, it was okay to photograph them.
The place where the guide told us about the tribes and where the blowgun demo was done was on the riverbank, surrounded by a few huts. The huts looked lived in but no one was inside them. Two of us started up ...
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