Hotel Rosa Passadena
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... German music because they were doing a mini Oktoberfest there however, it was the first time I've ever experienced racism. Basically they were holding a competition to win free beer that evening if you bought a tower of carlsberg beer as they were hosting the event. We were going to buy one anyway as there are so many of us and as we went to order it he said the competition wasn't open to foreigners only people that lived in Malaysia. We asked why and he said because ...
... gave up due to all the holiday traffic.
But several stops along the way we're interesting, including a stunning waterfall, and then a visit to the 'Boh' tea plantation and factory, where we had tea of course, with scones and fake cream.
The last part of the drive up was extremely slow due to traffic, very narrow windy roads. 70 kilometers of this heading straight up. Not ...
... his walking stick trying to sink in its fangs. After a while, it realised it was on a hiding to nothing and retreated into the undergrowth. Jason explained that it was a young False Viper, capable of delivering a venomous bite but not usually a life-threatening one. We came out into the sunshine and suddenly found ourselves in an Orang Asli village. Ben reapplied sunblock as we are just over 3 degrees from the equator and in the mountains and he is ...
We had such a nice sleep, we did not get up until late. We had a lazy morning and took our time to have breakfast. In the afternoon, we then headed into the town for a walk. We sorted out a trip for tomorrow around the Cameron Highlands visiting various attractions. We also bought our tickets to KL for Thursday with the same coach company that brought us here since they were so comfortable, turns out there were also the cheapest. That afternoon we had noodles for lunch ...
... for a long, but awesome day. Once back at the hotel we cleaned the mud off of ourselves and snacked on some of the veggies we picked up at the bee/veggie farm. After resting for a bit in the room we grabbed some dinner at the hotel restaurant and ended the night with a movie.
Thursday was another jungle hiking day. We got up later than we planned and grabbed a quick breakfast. We headed a couple kilometres into Tanah Rata to ...