Lost World Hotel
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Stayed 2 nights, countdown party with fireworks
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Agneslty stayed here on Oct 12, 2015 during their trip titled: The lost world.
... by doing a shop at the local supermarket in KL. Sherilyn loves browsing local shops in different countries. And this one had a great variety and was super cheap. They also had really good deals in preparation for Chinese New Year but unfortunately Lloyd wouldn't let her buy family-sized packs of chocolate.
Back to the Highlands...
We got an early start to do a hike up to the highest hilltop. Armed with with cheese and crackers for snacks, ...
... reviews on Trip Advisor were very good. I put my jeans on to go out again, I haven't worn them in a few months and they are quite tight!!! Unbelievably Tanah Rata has a Starbucks and we camp out in it, mainly to use the internet but it's great.
Later on we decide to get some food and walk quite a way in the cold and the rain. About 4pm a fine drizzly mist creeps over the highlands. We arrive and the damm restaurant is shut. We then walk around most ...
... sensible I know! So off we plod, through the rainforest, listening to the birds and the insects. Before long the nice path runs out and we find ourselves slipping down mudded slopes, crawling under fallen tree trunks, clambering over others and jumping over streams. Suddenly the sensible option wasn't looking so sensible. After about an hour it starts to really rain and we being to wonder when we'd reach the village we were trying to find. We then see a sign which basically ...
... is comfy and cool, just how we like it - and the journey gets very nice in the last hour as we ascend through the hills to the town of Tanah Rata in the Cameron Highlands.
We get dropped off at Fathers guest house and have a large room which stays cool all day. The rain falls and the temperature drops to about 15 degrees which is unexpected after 32 degrees we're use to, and we get out the as yet un-used jeans and rain jackets. We eat at an ...