Hotel Rosa Passadena
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... room and had a drink before heading back to Father's guesthouse. The taxi that took us back was a handsome, 34 year old Mercedes. Back at the hotel, Ben scrubbed our boots and we made ourselves comfortable for the evening, chatting with an Australian woman who is in the midst of a mammoth world tour. We are hugely grateful to Jason for sharing his knowledge and enthusiasm with us and we will be sad to leave Father's and the Cameron Highlands tomorrow ...
... factory, one of heaps of strawberry farms(which all grow strawberries hydroponically), and lots of pitcher plants which grow on vines hanging off the huge trees, along with the every present tree orchids. In the Cameron Highlands there were also orchids growing wild on the road sides, so you saw lots of purple orchids as we travelled along the highway. The area grows ...
... one of my fondest memories was the hot pot (meal where you have a small stove and a pot where you cook the food - meat, fish, seafood, vegetable - yourself) and after speaking about it all the time my wife got pretty excited about it but we left KL disappointed without finding the hot pot on the menu. Lenka however searched the net and found out that Cameron Highlands is full of restaurants serving the 'steamboat' as it is known ...
... climbing the highest point in the highlands, going to the Boh tea factory and looking at some butterflies and reptiles in cages. The young man who sold us the tour was incredibly convincing - he told us we could either go on the "lazy tour" (where you see bees and a strawberry farm) or the active you're! With an exciting walk through the forest! We chose the active tour (!) And, as we've grown accustomed to, were the only non- couple under 30 in ...
... the path, but unfortunately a mud slide had occured, taking out most of the path. Much to our annoyance later we would find we had missed a right turn to carry upon another mountain, but the trek was still a lot of fun.
So cheap food can be found in the "Food Courts" every small town has one. The one in Brinchang, serves a dish known as Soto Ayam, a rice cube soup. It comes with two chill sauces, one not so hot and one so brown/black that it serves as a warning. That ...