Jerantut Hill Resort
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- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Travel Blogs from Jerantut
... the town and harbour. My timing was all wrong, the rain came like I have never seen before and I jumped off the bus in a tiny rural village with the temple just about in sight through sheets of rain as I took shelter with the locals, we were all laughing. Not the day to wear a white top and not have either a raincoat or an umbrella. The water was flowing dawn the hill and was probably at lest 8cm deep. I gave up! I waited in the rain for another bus and then froze in ...
... we were boarding another funicular train. Two in one day, what a treat... or maybe less so if you're not keen on heights. We reached the top and took a few scenic pictures whilst a dodging the monkeys. Feeling peckish (as we hadn't eaten all day- not very good at this adult malarkey) we headed up to the restaurant on the top of the hill, where we were able to order afternoon tea, as you do. Well, it would be rude not to order tea and scones whilst in ...
... the same too. My stomach can't handle adult portions as I'm full after a few mouthfulls so it's quite funny asking for a children's menu to get children's portions! Anyone who wants to loose weight get to Asia!! I'm super excited to see all my family and friends especially my little sisters and brother (even though he just wants Jamie home!) I have lots of photos for Ko Lanta so keep checking back for more photos as it takes ages to ...
... to get themselves into the picture as they were so tall, everyone was doing it so we decided to join in.
... about 2 hours onto the journey home. Live and learn. One of the best evenings was my last in Penang when we went out with a guy who lives on the island. He's an American working over here and offered to take us to a Mexican restaurant as we were all craving decent Mexican food, not easy to find in Asia. A bit of old school contact via email and he picked us up the next evening and we went to the restaurant and met his friend there too. Much delicious food later and we went ...