Colmar Tropicale, Berjaya Hills - Malaysia
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... the maximum we could pay was RM 50 and he seemed to be OK with that but he had to wait for another group. Then a French couple arrived so now it was five of us trying to go back home. Fortunately another boat came and charged us RM 100 for the ride, so it was RM 20 each.
The ride back was really nice, and you could actually appreciate the jungle much better from the river than from the inside. Plus, with the air blowing to our faces it didn’t seem like it was so ...
... into the forest where we could
Two of us started out walking, on our own, into the jungle where we could see glimpses of more village huts. Before we got into the jungle, though, our guide saw us and called us back. We never saw the actual village or the people. The only village person we saw was the man that demonstrated making the fire and the poison blow-gun darts. He never spoke a word, only did his thing and left.
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... so could we spend the evening there or would we get too bored, after some thinking on the walk back we had decided that rather than doing some walking around and possibly getting soaked we would head back towards KL, a long drive for maybe an hours stop. But, it was something we had both wanted to do and were fortunate that we had the car and hadn't committed to a 3 day 2 night set up with the public buses or tour buses that we would have been tied into. A quick bit of food ...
... that much in the area. We had a cooling afternoon swim, dinner at a floating restaurant an then headed out for a night safari. It was pretty terrible as the only animals we saw were two cats, a bird and some cows and we werent even in the national park. It was still fun through as they had 6 people sat on the roof of the car, and 6 perched in the back of the truck (incl. us). Health and safety would have been having a field day in the ...
From the earlier destination, we got back on the highway and drove towards West, heading back to Kuala Lumpur on the East West Highway. By the time we were near Karak, it was already 7 pm and that is when we decided that we should exit at the next town, which would be Bentong, to have our dinner, ...