Pan Pacific Glenmarie Hotel
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... come here to see this.
The Batu caves exist of 3 different caves, the second cave is the dark cave where you can only enter in a tour group (RM35) so we decided not to go there. The last cave (RM5), was not too bad, here you'll find many scenes that look like they're telling a story.
At the caves we met 3 guys (Mexico, Spain and France)* which came with us to Bukit Bintang. Here we found a street that looked more like a big open air restaurant (with ...
... like a cow has 4 stomachs, they have 3. A lot of their food is very hard to digest. The stomach contains a lot of bacteria which helps to break down the food and also to deactivate many poisons in the plants. This enables them to eat toxic leaves and fruits which would kill any normal animal. (Except sugary fruits which having said all that (ironically?!) kills them.
Population and threats- at Bako National Park, there were ...
... drinks for the ladies. Because we were leaving the following day for Taman Negara, we didn’t want to stay out too late, so decided to head over to massage street instead of staying on party street.
We a large number of massage places and finally decided to pick one. Curt and Sandy opted for a full massage while Sandra and I decided to have a foot massage. Neither Sandra nor I have ever had reflexology before, and well- let’s just say ...
... his feet and started to massage her shoulders. Five hours later (after a VIP tour of kassim's new guest house, a garden center, market and having dinner) we were both shattered and very ready for some cha and a foot massage before bed. We slept amazingly and got up excited for a 1 day organised tour which started with a trek in search of the rare Rafflesia flower. The world's biggest flower is something we'd never heard of before reaching the Cameron Highlands but it really is ...
Somehow we have managed to get to a week of living the KL life. Well. Not really. We've managed a week of living in a hotel with free food and drink 24/7 and being driven from air conditioned apartment to air conditioned apartment looking for somewhere to live. And occasionally mixing it up with a trip to ...