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... not as I imagined. Having been to several mountain villages and towns over the past six months, I expected something a little quieter, not so built up, and was especially shocked and disappointed to see a Starbucks and KFC!
We soon found the recommended Indian restaurants, and opted for the first and busiest one. Despite this being our third Indian of the day, we were all eager to order and tuck in (with our hands of course!). Chris ordered the banana leaf meal, ...
... instead of hand picking. This lowers the grading of the tea and cannot be sold as premium, however it does get more tea leaves collected and because of the raise in labouring costs in Malaysia it is cheaper for them to buy the machines and make the cut in grading. We also learnt that the tea leaves are harvests every 3-4 weeks and this process continues all year round. The lighter the tea leaf the more aroma it will have and the darker (older) the leaf is ...
5th May - After a very uncomfortable 6 hour journey to Tanah Rata with our feet by our ears and bags on our laps, we eventually made it. It is so nice to not be hot and sweaty for a change! It is about 23 degrees here and rain most days, very different to what we are used to. We are staying at the Cameronian Inn. The room is just very simple and clean which is a relief after the places we have been staying. We go straight out to explore the town. It immediately feels different ...
Sweet relief!! We're off the bus and both the humidity and the heat have dropped. Paul says that if he ever goes missing in Malaysia, you know where to find him! We arrived in Tanah Rata which is a small town nestled among the Cameron Highlands, but if you blurred your eyes a little you might think you had ended up in a countryside town in the middle of the UK! Most of the buildings are of a Tudor style, there are strawberry farms ...
... Tudor housing, local churches and a golf course all contributed to this feeling. The colonial influence really felt strong in the valleys. However, along with this were strong elements of Malaysian culture. For example, I came across a large Buddhist temple, which was also the start point for one of the local walking paths. The route took me through jungle that the surrounding area had brilliantly hidden. It was like walking from an idyllic rural scene straight into ...
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