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... thunderstorm. It pelted down. We were unsure about the exact location of 'Father's Guest House' and were soaked to the skin by the time we had wandered round long enough in the dark. Time for food, then pretty much straight to bed.
We spent a couple of nights in the Highlands. Scotland it isn't, but for all that, it was pretty cold in the nights, and pretty wet as well.
On the 3 hour trek through the rain forest to find Rafflesia (the biggest flower in the world), there ...
... British Empire, Indians and Chinese people were brought in to work in Malaysia as the British didn't consider Malays to be good workers or something. As a result, the food is pretty great here. A nice mish mash of whatever you would like. On Wednesday we did a bit of walking around, and my new flip flops chewed my feet up quite a bit. The old part of George Town is a World Heritage site, and as a result, there's lots of old stuff to look around at. On top of that, ...
... been taking! The run wasn't too bad though, and it always helps when there are some stunning views all around. Back in Tanah Rata we checked out a few shops as I'm getting to the stage where I get temped to buy new t-shirts again! I'm very picky though which actually means I end up never buying any. From a recommendation in the hostel, we went to an amazing tandoori chicken place that was also cheap - as usual, we ordered loads! ...
... the rain would pass, it was an excuse to take cover and tuck into a strawberry shake and strawberry sundae – which were both demolished, despite us all being cold and soaked from head to toe. A hot chocolate would have been more appropriate, but hey, beggars can’t be choosers.
We waited, hopeful, but not blind sighted by the fact that there was absolutely no blue sky to be seen. So our only choice was to get on with it!
We squelched, moaned, and ...
... but it’s actually a bit refreshing – and something we’re not expecting to have last as we carry on throughout the region.
KL is, well, a city. There isn’t really too much to set it apart from many other cities, and in many ways the central area is even more of a landscape of concrete and metal than most. Until well out into the suburbs, greenery is hard to come by. We spent a lazy Sunday ...
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