Regalodge Hotel Ipoh
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The day seemed to get of to a good start when we were presented with an interesting breakfast menu. So we ordered eggs Benedict.. then waited and waited, David is not a happy person In the morning if he doesn't get his breakfast so he complained to the charming restaurant manager. Eventually after nearly an hour breakfast arrived the poached eggs …
... up some breakfast as we waited. The buses were nice air condition, pretty modern...apart from the one to Tambun. Obviously a special route we got on the localest of buses with old school seats and the windows wide open to keep the temperature below roasting. The journey was probably about 45 as we crawled through the city and out in to the mountains nearby. We were dropped at the side of the road and pointed in the right direction were after 10 minutes or so we ...
... from Brittany. She is incredibly positive and calls guests 'dear' all the time, which we like. She showed us to our room and told us about some of the treks on offer. Jessica is staying here too and we all decided to sign up for a tour tomorrow before heading out to lunch. We ate at an excellent Indian restaurant. The family who run it were all sat at the tables, including a gorgeous little girl. Jessica told us about her homes in ...
... was chasing him. Finally we were glad to do the jungle trekking, even if it was quite tough, because it enabled us to see something very unique and not so widely spread.
When we came back we sat down on a trunk of an old tree and watched a blowpipe demonstration. Blowpipe, blowgun or blow tube is a simple weapon consisting of a small tube for firing poisonous darts. The weapon is used by inserting the dart inside the pipe and using the force created by one's breath to give ...
... As we were in the rainforest and it was still quite hot, it was quite difficult to do do hiking. but after a couple of hours we were rewarded with an absolutely amazing view. We were above the clouds and stunning scenery. On the way back from the mountain, we had to walk for about 10km and we were so knackered. i had to sacrifice myself for our own benefit and twist my ankle so that we can get a pity lift with the locals. ...