Jerejak Rainforest Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... where Andy was persuaded to try civet coffee - over £5 for a cup, but considerably cheaper than it would be most other places in the world! The kids thought the idea of coffee made from beans that had passed through an animal was hilarious and called it 'monkey bum' coffee. Managed to see some of the fantastic street art then back to the hotel for dry clothes followed by a very average dinner at a nearby Chinese ...
On Tuesday we left the apartment at 8.30 and headed off towards Butterworth. We were heading to the mainland to spend three days in the Cameron Highlands. We have done this trip before but this time we decided to stay in an Orang Asli ,indigenous establishment,which was called the Rainforest Inn and was an indigenous longhouse set in beautiful gardens ,about 15 kms from Ringlet,very remote. We chose to do this as we have had some very unpleasant experiences previously as ...
... get his hopes up at being able to recline it just yet. Without any doubt they filled the minivan and they put the bags all around us, we were sandwiched into the van. Scott was able to recline his seat but I had a guy with long legs so I couldn't. It was a pretty smooth ride and we both managed to get some good naps in before we as to get off the bus in Hat Yai and change buses to go onwards to Penang. Scott got chatting to a few lads ...
... bed- ideally, a balcony or big windows with a view- ideally, a tv with a couple of English/Western channels….and this place delivered all of that within budget. First impressions of the hotel might put many people off but as we discussed with fellow first time guests Jim and Janet, the hotel does grow on you - in fact, this was another Kantary Bay kind of experience with quite a lot of Brits returning back to the hotel ...
... set the bag on fire. Apparently one of the selling features of that particular bag was that it was fireproof. So in the event of a sudden inferno you'll be charcoal but your bag will be fine. Strangely we failed to find comfort in that. Anyway. Haz's bag mission finally bore fruit. He went for the cheaper but flammable option. And a new hat to boot. Now if I can just get him out if that giant green ...