Hotel Royal Merdeka
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... Praha Volcano. While still active, it hasnt erupted in quite sometime. Actually managing to be up for 6am, I left the hostel and was treated to a beautiful day, the sun was out, the temperature not too hot and as it was so early, the streets were not crowded.
Now you can take public transport to the volcano, but be prepared to haggle and be prepared to be ripped off as well. Taking a bus to Lembang, a nearby village, (8,000), the bus pulled ...
... selling different styles of food. I ended having Vietnamese beef noodle soup (Pho). Unfortunately Yasmin left her purse with all her local cash behind and ended up on a bit of an adventure, with the guide, on the back of a motorbike,down dark back streets, somewhat scaring the life out of her - unfortunately she did not find her purse. She was getting more confident at all this travelling. I just hope the person who found it really needed it for something ...
... at her relatives home in the mountains to pray. We came up the stairs and I waited outside for them. The house was surrounded by little veggie gardens growing assorted bits and pieces, mainly strawberries. They also had a guava plant which Fadila picked and washed to have when breaking fast. We left and continued to Kawah Putih. Our driver was asleep so I woke him up by rocking the car up and ...
... jam". SO MANY people going in directions that don't even exist; carrying things on their heads, bikes, backs, and pushing through with no intention of being polite.
And I thought the car traffic was bad!
We escaped the jam and ventured north towards the markets. We found a whole bunch of fruit and vegetable stands where Evin bought a carrot and some fruit salad for the road.
We continued towards a random building that we thought ...
... got into Malaysia Tourism Center Area and entered the Cocoa Boutique building through a side entrance. Inside Cocoa Boutique, there’s a sign “No Camera”, aarrghh, couldn’t take photos. Well, we just looked around and being offered chocolate tester by the workers, and this was the first place we spent Ringgit in big amount. Total expenditure RM83.50 for various kind of chocolate. Quite expensive though.