Colmar Tropicale, Berjaya Hills - Malaysia
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... the hill to meet our first mode of transport – a small minivan! There’s eight of us heading in the same direction so the thing is fairly full as we set off heading east towards the far side of peninsular Malaysia. We stop after an hour and a half at the town of Jerantut, to use an ATM and to sort things out at the local office of our travel company. Then we jump back in the minivan and continue on for another couple of hours. We seem to ...
... to come to the jungle. We were tired, thirsty, injured and just wanted to be back in a normal life by now.
Since we were next to the river we wanted to stop a boatman who would be just passing by and pay him to take us back to Kuala Tahan. The bad part was that when we tried to do this they didn’t hear us since the engines were so loud so there was the only option left – to keep on walking until we reach our destination. The trek stopped to be fun a long time ...
... in 24 hours with one sting. Despite its toxicity it didn't stop the braver members of the group (myself included) holding the scorpion in the palm of their hands. The tour guide held the scorpion by the stinger and flicked it onto our open hands. The idea was to remain completely still so the blind scorpion would think we are a flat object not a threat. It all sounded ok in theory but was a lot more scary in practise. One wrong move and the scorpion could stab my hand meaning a ...
... walked around their village , it sure feels like going back in time or being in the "survivor" show. The tour ended with a nice swim in the river then a bit more rapids before we arrive back in Mama Chop restaurant. This tour really opened my eyes to see how the primitive people live, lack of much material goods but truly happy in their day to day lives. I also feel like I suddenly walked into a photograph of native people in the National Geographic Magazine, how ...
... such as being a child when another person was born or was an adult.
Everyone in our group was amazed at the long healthy lifespan of these tribes people. The guide said he thought it was because there was no stress to their lifestyle. They do not use money and have no bills to pay. They do not fight traffic or breath bad air. They eat natural foods and exercise everyday hunting and working on their dewellings.
The men go into the jungle, ...