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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... and on these twisty mountain roads it didn't feel that safe to be walking. At the first town we got to (which was an hours walk), we got in a taxi back to Tanah Rata. We were probably less that half way so this wasn't a bad thing really. Back at the hostel we took a few hours to update facebook photos and catch up on news. The Internet was still painfully slow even though we were told that everywhere in Asia has really fast broadband. We went to another indian restaurant ...
... I finally arrived, found myself yet another clueless taxi driver who I directed to my homestay. Straight away I felt like I was in paradise. The homestay is based on a mushroom farm, with the accommodation being a series of chalets with air con, a private bathroom, a kettle and TV along with a super comfy bed. The owner took me for some noodles and then his wife brought me some oranges for dessert... The next couple of days I also received breakfast in bed ...
... waited around 45 minutes as the rain came down and storms crashed around us before a taxi pulled over to offer a lift. Presuming it would be extortionate in the circumstances we were pleasantly surprised at the 15rm price and enjoyed the journey back in comfort. It did however confirm to us that our taxi driver in Langkawi had pulled a fast one by asking the same price for a journey about a tenth of the distance! For tea we stumbled across a nice little restaurant on ...
... the law and order standards are very high in Singapore. When we reached our first stop, we embarked on a 2 hour hike through ex-logging forest filled with sprawling bamboo. The trail was mostly muddy but fairly kind. Early on, we crossed bamboo bridges and used stepping stones to make our way up a stretch of fast-flowing river. The final part of our upwards journey was very different: steep and muddy, off trail and past viciously barbed rattan ...
... places to eat! Perfect! It was very hard to choose what to eat as many places were full of locals eating early dinners waiting for the night markets to setup (which seemed to start quite late, many not even ready until after 8pm). Most of the really good places don't have menu’s of any kind which for some would be strange but being in Malaysia for as long as I have been here this is normal. I asked one place which served only chicken rice for one person serving , ...