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... still really quite cheap for nice food, quality food. After lunch we had another long drive to a tea plantation, where we had a small tour of the BOH tea factory and stopped at some pretty amazing viewpoints overlooking the vast hills full of tea plants. Further on from some of the viewpoints we had probably our most impressive and exciting part of the tour, with a climb and scramble in a mossy forest. Starting by climbing a muddy vertical hillside, a bit of rock climbing (ish) ...
... chose the latter to take us as far as he could up to the tea plantations. Mainly as this was our cheapest option, but also it allowed us to have our own time to enjoy the scenery and explore, without the pressure of being on a time restraint with a tour group. Our taxi driver spoke excellent English and was very informative. He told us how much the Cameron Highlands has changed over the last 20 years, slowly seeing more and more jungle being bulldozed down and large ...
The hours had finally caught up with Will and a lazy morning was in order while he slept it off. Kerry caught up with some blogs and read her book. We had slept through breakfast but made lunch, we headed to the mall for something as there was a huge food mall with so much to choose from. We had already booked the bus for 4:30pm so needed to head back to the hotel around 3 as the bus station was 3 metro stops away on different lines. In the mean time we headed to the shops to look ...
... long sleeve tops and trousers. It seems that it is the jazzier the cheaper here so we buy some brightly coloured baggy trousers. Now we really fit the "traveller" look. Jenn is definitely more keen on hers than I am with mine. We search for the best restaurant in town and after a little hunting we find it. It around the back of the main street and tucked under a dodgy looking apartment block. But, we trust the reviews and take a seat at Singh Chapati Urban Restaurant. We order ...
... and take them up on the offer of a home cooked meal the following night.
After an afternoon spent wandering some of the local jungle walking trails (#4) and exploring the connected towns we had an early dinner at one of the places recommended by Jaycee and Jessica. It's fair to say that we would never have eaten there if it wasn't a recommendation as it was off the main road and completely empty - it was also a very simple ...
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