Hotel Sri Emas
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... coast... Reaching the beach at 12 noon... You know what they say about those who go out in the mid-day sun... Well we did, the fools and the Englishman! The beach was beautiful and deserted, we swam and Peng hid from the sun under an umbrella, a headscarf and factor 130 sun cream... She is a unique individual! After cooking in the sun we went in search of some much needed air con and recovered with sushi in the mall. Arriving back home in Mentakab in the ...
... dark and quiet all over this little town. Maybe this explains why not many people take the time to stay overnight here.
I wander by a hill that has a small amusement park on it. This is Friday night, but the park seems to be empty. The rides are lit up and some are spinning around, but there are no people.
There are only a few streets to explore in this small town . . . but ... there is a free WIfi Zone! How about that!
I finally find a ...
... park itself so when we arrived we booked onto a night safari. It turned out to be really ****! However it was a full moon and a nice night so we didn't mind too much. We did see a leopard cat and a civet cat (weasel coffee producers) which was cool but regular cows and a wild boar don't impress much really. The 4am wake up call from the Mosque next to our room was unexpected too but now I know why the crazy lady who gave us the keys was laughing when I said ...
... were able to get really good Indian food which we had almost every night. On the first day we took a walk through the town and up to the botanical gardens. This was a nice day and we saw lots of monkeys and even a monitor lizard. The next day we went to Penang National Park. This was a brilliant day. We trekked through the jungle to one of the beaches and then back again. The best thing about it was that it was a real jungle with some of the tracks really buried in ...
... to do so then we can head to Port Dickson and spend one night there instead of putting up in Melaka. So, with the hope that the temple closes at 9.30PM, we headed to Cheng and it was not an easy route. With the aid of the GPS, we reached the temple which was situated in the industrial area of Cheng. Unfortunately, the temple was closed and we were utterly disappointed. There was a contact number available on the temple’s signboard ...