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... br> After a few team talks and a couple of days of rest the boys came out fizzing and we jumped out early to a 2-0 lead through Zach and Cam. They then pulled one back, before Nick scored to take the lead out to 3-1 shortly before half time. NPBHS then went off the boil and conceded three very quick goals to be down 4-3 at half time.
The half time break allowed for a bit of regrouping and a talk about things that we didn't do well in the last few minutes of the ...
... sa english).
Pero ng makahanap na kami ng kakainan, nakakita kami ng Nasi Lemak, medyo familar na kami doon kaya naman ok na samin na yun ang kainin.
at first, kinakausap kami ng lalaki, at hindi marunong mag english kaya naman nadaan na lamang kami sa senyas, sinasabihan nya pala kami na kumuha na lamang ng pagkain sa sarili namin ( kung gaano man karami ...
... nic nacs for back home as well and saw three movies at the theatre for a grand total of 20 dollars for both of us all in. Shadow recruit, Hercules and Lone Survivor... I think its safe to say that only Mark Wahlberg could impress us at all between these titles.
After these few relaxing days we caught a cab this morning to the train station which was this big old beautiful ...
... 250, 250, 250);">The name Cameron Highlands is credited to a British surveyor named Sir William Cameron who was responsible to map out the borders of Pahang-Perak way back in 1885. The first interesting town as we head towards Cameron Highlands is Ringlet. Ringlet is a bustling town; lots of shops selling all kinds of stuff. There are banks and petrol stations.There is even a Starbucks.
... stopped for the day were still able to see some of the processes as the last batch of leaves wound its way through. We also saw some picking going on with shears and by hand. The bushes are planted on some very steep slopes; the pickers must have spikes on their boots!
To get back to civilisation meant a couple of miles on a very wind-y, bumpy road with room for little more than one car at a time, full of people going and coming from the tea plantation. Helen ...