Casa dela Rosa Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa dela Rosa Hotel Tanah Rata
What a location! opposite the golf course lovely, but what were they thinking about when it comes to food? the breakfast is awful and do not eat there at night the chef obviously does not taste his own food!!
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... even more great food here, especially curries, I'm really enjoying the food. I booked onto a tour around a tea plantation and a jungle hike. The temperature up here in the hills stays between 10-20 degrees most of the time, year round, day and night, so with the rain it's great for food production and tea! It was misty when we arrived but that's the nature do the climate too. After a look at the plantations and ...
... Every 15 minutes we had to stop and wait for them. Francis started saying that you shouldn't join a trek if you're not fit enough for it, which didn't seem very nice. The last km was another story. It was on a steep hill, with a forest of sharp tight bamboos surrounding us. Francis told us to stop talking to each other and focus on the road, as many people usually get hurt in this part of the trek. To top it, the rain was pouring by now, which made the small track ...
... the peak. Because of the moisture in the air here, everything is covered in a thick layer of moss. When this moss dies it falls to the floor creating a rich compost five metres deep in places. This misty moss forest is incredibly fertile. It sounds silly but it looks like something from Lord of the Rings. Pitcher plants as old as us hang from the trees. Perhaps the feature of the moss forest that makes it most mysterious is the silence. The soft mulch ...
... i had planned for the week over the weekend which helped, but i have been leaving at a decent time to allow me to do flat things in the evening. The early mornings are killing me thought- up at 5.45 to be in work at 7. It hurts, and i am hoping i will adjust to it with earlier nights. It’s very dark on the way on though, but the roads are quite quiet so it takes just under 30 minutes to work. No too bad for KL standards. My little car is doing me proud- ...
... We headed down the road and we started going down a narrow walkway in between loads of little shop stall things. The people weren't very shy at all! One man was shouting ' you look, just look no touch!' Dad also said that I needed some sunnies, we walked past a stall selling them and he said ' you buy!' and when dad told him he'd come back he said ' you promise! You promise you come back!!' One man I looked at and when he saw me his eyes widened and he said ' ...