Ipoh French Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We enjoyed our stay here, friendly staff, nice and clean room and (for a change) not bad restaurant with Mediterrean taste.
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... by a couple. They were a lovely French and Malay couple (who were in Malaysia for their second wedding ceremony) and were headed right to the same tea plantation. The views to the plantation were amazing expanses of interesting geometrically arranged tea plants. We honestly took pictures every minute of walking and would have had double the number had we not gotten a ride. The tea plantation itself also had a gorgeous view. There, in ...
... some sort of cabbage or kale in it. When you chewed into it, it released such a strong taste of god knows what, which Nikki really liked and I wasn't so sure of. Then, our chicken and rice arrived... oh my god. The rice was slightly yellow due to the fact that it is boiled in chicken stock, which made it sooo flipping good. Definitely the best rice I have ever tasted! The chicken was really good quality for Asia, however I wish I could say the same thing about our visit ...
... rich wow look at that, to the other extreme does somebody really live there. On to 4 more cave temples all next to each other, these seemed a bit more commercial, it was raining and to be honest we were "templed out" so we asked our driver to take us to the train station. After buying tickets to Butterworth for the next stage of our trip tomorrow, we found a really nice bistro/café. Based on a Paris café with very good food and pastries, ...
... some of the towns in the Peak District! Returning to the hotel, we settled ourselves down in the lounge area for the evening. The guesthouse has a very sociable feel to it. We chatted to two girls from London for a bit before meeting some guys from Germany and the Netherlands. We found out lots about one of the German guys in particular. He lives in a village in the Black Forest, studies economics and works for a bank. The fellow from ...
... the rain forest tomorrow so may well be in communicado for a few days. We get a long boat to a bungalow and take night walks and day treks. I'm a bit apprehensive to tell the truth and really hoping not to see any snakes. I don't mind the leeches too much-I don't think- and I'm well prepared with tiger balm, matches and a pair of tights not to let the critters through. I'm probably ore likely to be eaten alive by mozzies, so wish me ...