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... the flatness of most of the city. A massive natural cavern in the rock, home to several Hindu temples and countless shrines in alcoves around the walls, is easily accessible by a steep flight of 272 steps. Our jaws dropped as we entered and saw how big the place actually is (just don’t open too wide – there are dozens of pigeons roosting here!). Stalactites ooze from the roof and a little natural light is let in by ...
... being a pleasant temperature it was very enjoyable strolling through the plantations. One thing we noticed was how hard the people work here. The work ethic of the indian community here really puts the Malaysian people to shame. We turn down a track to BOH Tea Plantation which is who all of the fields we can see belong to. At the end of the road there is a very modern cafe and shop which looks very out of place. But it is very nice to have a rest as it is 12pm so we have ...
... as far as we could see) was very impressive. We learnt a little about the tea making process before heading up to the highest peak in the cameron highlands. The view here was completely ruined by the fog! Thankfully the next place, the mossy forest, was made more atmospheric by the weather. It was an interesting environment to be in, reminiscent of some kind of fairy tale forest. On the way back down we headed to the Boh tea plantation where a very impressive piece of scenery ...
... Every 15 minutes we had to stop and wait for them. Francis started saying that you shouldn't join a trek if you're not fit enough for it, which didn't seem very nice. The last km was another story. It was on a steep hill, with a forest of sharp tight bamboos surrounding us. Francis told us to stop talking to each other and focus on the road, as many people usually get hurt in this part of the trek. To top it, the rain was pouring by now, which made the small track ...
... are currently cracking down on illegal immigrants, so a big chunk of the workforce has disappeared. The work is very physically demanding and workers are paid by the kilo. The wage is fairly poor by local standards: about eight pounds per day. The plantation is owned by a Scottish family and still runs similarly to how it did when it was set up before the Second World War. In the factory, the two rolling machines have been in constant use since 1935. ...
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