Berjaya Hills Golf & Country Club
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... locals are not particularly friendly or welcoming at this point, so we head back down and cool down with a swim in the river for a short while. Once done, we jump back on the boat and head back, supposedly via the 'rapids’ but the river is so low and there are so few of us in the boat that we barely feel any water coming on board! We eschew heading out tonight in favour of packing and sorting some stuff out, but we do get slightly amused by ...
... how much hard alcohol drinks must cost!
On the 30th of April we departed from Kuala Lumpur late in the morning at around 9.30 after a good breakfast. We had to walk a bit to catch a metro in direction to the north bus station located next to the Titiwangsa metro station. We got there at 10.30 and our bus was supposed to depart at 11.00 so we had a little time. Finally the bus took off at 11.30.
Like most buses in Malaysia our ...
... turn would send water into the boat. The boat rocked uncontrollably as we all got in but when all seated the vessel seemed more secure. We cruised down the jungle river for 3 hours. Veronica was small enough to lie down in her compartment so she slept. I on the other hand was cramped in so just enjoyed the scenery. It was clear from the journey we were going deep into the jungle, far from the rest of civilisation. On the river we went through a shower of seeds. ...
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 ...
... few hundred years, the tribes did interact with the Malay people for some trading of jungle goods for salt, knives and metal axe-heads. There is also some evidence that certain tribes traded between themselves for blowpipes and blowpipe-bamboo.
I asked how long the average person lived. (I was curious since they didn't have modern medical care as we do). The guide said he did not know the language of the tribe here. They do not have any ...
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