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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... and piles of garbage lined the streets, and whenever we went out in public we were inevitably mobbed by people trying to sell us taxi rides, trinkets, and snacks. Here, the scenes of landscape and life are as modern and familiar as any in northern Australia or southern California, the highway network puts Canada’s to shame, and the locals go about their day and generally ignore us. We didn’t quite expect a difference ...
... public bus as we struggle along the mountain road. We get off at the start of the trail and begin the accent. It starts off nice and easy along a road but soon turns to a steep, slippery track of roots and mud. It continues like this for the next 2 hours and at times we are on all fours climbing up steep slippery slopes. I fall spread eagle after slipping on a root and Jenn almost knocks herself out on a low branch but eventually we do make it. The funniest thing was that on ...
After a few days in the city it was time for my first bus and off to the central highlands. They had floods and landslides here at the end of last year but it's ok for tourists again now. The area has been deforested in parts and has lots of plastic covered fruit/veg farms which probably doesn't help the landslide situation.The bus was fine, not as comfortable as the buses in South America but the distances are shorter. ...
... quality of some of the counterfeit goods on sale......We couldn't resist buying vest each, one with the Tiger Beer logo and the other donning the 7 eleven logo. We are going to fit right into the backpacker scene in South East Asia and we might even be able to trick some people into thinking that we are on our gap year between school and university. We wish.
Next up, Orangutan spotting in Borneo!
... on our estimated time, we flew over Uluru. We had plotted out the route a few days before and knew we would fly over it and the stewerdess had got confirmation from the captain for us that we were almost there.
So right on time we had our cameras ready and clicked away. Most shots of Uluru are from the ground so we were really pleased the arial views came out so well.
Better still, we don't now need to pay £100s to go and see it on the ground!