Heritage Hotel Ipoh
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... 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 ...
... me up. Coincidentally Kenjis family live just around the corner to the homestay, so we went there for a lovely meal before the neighbours popped over inviting us all for dinner the following evening. Chinese new year is celebrated for a couple of weeks, during which time many family meals and visits take place. As a tradition married women give unmarried girls a red packet with money - I think its usually to family members and close friends but I unexpectedly ...
... and we were fortunate that this is the only one that doesn't smell of rotting flesh! Four buds were resting on the soil, attached to their host root nearby. They will not bloom for at least four months to come. When the flower blooms it lasts for between five and seven days. Our individual was on day three. The flower gets it's name from Sir Thomas Stamford Bingley Raffles, who established London Zoo and Singapore. After trekking back to the road, ...
It wasn't the best journey, our coach stopped at a petrol station and we were told to get off and move to another bus. When we eventually arrived at the bus terminal, we were quite a way out of Ipoh and had to get another bus for about 40 minutes that dropped us more centrally. But we didn't have a clue where our hostel was, after some wandering around, lost in the rain, we found some girls that googled ...
... large storm came through later in the night which was loud and distracting as the rain was very heavy hitting my window.
The next day thankfully the rain had gone and the sky was blue. I went and had breakfast then went to wait for my tour guide to pick me up at 9am. Turns out the tour guide was a lovely lady named Suet who was going to drive me around in her car for the day taking in the sights of Ipoh. First stop was the Ipoh train station which was ...