Heritage Hotel Ipoh
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... room and had a drink before heading back to Father's guesthouse. The taxi that took us back was a handsome, 34 year old Mercedes. Back at the hotel, Ben scrubbed our boots and we made ourselves comfortable for the evening, chatting with an Australian woman who is in the midst of a mammoth world tour. We are hugely grateful to Jason for sharing his knowledge and enthusiasm with us and we will be sad to leave Father's and the Cameron Highlands tomorrow ...
... and you'd stumble across the odd one here and there. The main attractions in the immediate city were the train station (presumably as people could leave), the town hall and the selection of mosques varying in style throughout the city. In an attempt to see if it was the McDonalds we had in Langkawi which made us ill, I had one on my strolls so time will tell. I went back to check on Vicky about 4pm who in hindsight may have wished she stayed out! About 15 minutes ...
... another baby Rafflesia that was much bigger and was turning red. During the jungle trekking we managed to spot many Rafflesias but only two of them have come to blossom recently. Once we were done with the first Rafflesia our guide made us climb up a very slippery muddy hill on which top we found another blossoming Rafflesia. Then the same queue and the same pictures followed :) Now let us tell you a bit more about this magical flower.
Rafflesia is a genus of ...
... mainly made up of Indians and Chinese and they have all opened up restaurants. Mark and I talk about a gap in the market; a great hotel and a decent restaurant.
We return to our hotel and try and get warm but I inspect the bed a bit closer and the covers smell and are full of marks, we get the hotel to change them but you have never seem anything like it, he could not change a bed and it took him forever!! We were both desperate to show him how to do ...
... ahead, very difficult in rainfall, no paths. Children should not attempt'. However, having come this far (an unwilling to face the partially clothed aboriginal tribe again) we decided we had no choice but to proceed. After half an hour during which we all developed a healthy covering of mud, we saw another sign which said the trail would become more difficult but that there was an 'escape' after a kilometer. It took us about 40minutes to do said kilometer and then we escaped ...