Hotel Rosa Passadena
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... 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 ...
... the surrounding valleys. Thankfully the way down was much easier! I think Adam found the way up easier with his long legs he was better able to climb up the sleep slopes. On the way down I found it easier though scrambling around the roots and under the trees as I am closer to the ground. At the peak we met another couple of people who where ...
... who appeared to do their stuff with an integrity often lacking in tour companies.
This is the Highlands and is pretty much the middle of nowhere for Malaysia. But business is booming. There are some hotels here the size of those you would see in Benidorm yet somehow, just, the area is managing to hold onto its character and a sense of quietness and solitude. It's not going to last. But while it does it's an area of some outstanding natural beauty, with just a ...
... first picture, this dish involves creating your own personal soup with tons of ingredients supplied to us. Throw in the chicken, fish, crab, and veggies and let it boil for a couple of minutes. Extremely delicious. Extremely fun. On our second day, we signed up for a van tour for the best of the highlands. Stops included the famous tea plantation show in ...
... in greenhouses while back home I can just get them right of the field... I do have a eager for strawberries now... And the ones here don't taste as well as the ones back home ;)
I did do like a strange little museum with lots and lots of stuff in it. And a crazy story about an Englishmen who got lost in the woods and was never found. There was this creepy guy walking around, so I didn't stay there ...