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 …
... some sort of cabbage or kale in it. When you chewed into it, it released such a strong taste of god knows what, which Nikki really liked and I wasn't so sure of. Then, our chicken and rice arrived... oh my god. The rice was slightly yellow due to the fact that it is boiled in chicken stock, which made it sooo flipping good. Definitely the best rice I have ever tasted! The chicken was really good quality for Asia, however I wish I could say the same thing about our visit ...
... rich wow look at that, to the other extreme does somebody really live there. On to 4 more cave temples all next to each other, these seemed a bit more commercial, it was raining and to be honest we were "templed out" so we asked our driver to take us to the train station. After buying tickets to Butterworth for the next stage of our trip tomorrow, we found a really nice bistro/café. Based on a Paris café with very good food and pastries, ...
... were a little sore from yesterday. What happened was we returned 4 hours later. Mother would be proud! It was a proper Warrick job like Niedreau when we ended up eating our sandwiches walking! It was so great though alone in the forest walking up and down and around roots and taking self timer pictures because no one was around. Finally we got to a section and we heard MONKEYS! Major freak out! We spent a while looking but they must of been ...
The brave and strong ones who could manage the steep climb of 385 steps were rewarded with a wonderful view of the surrounding countryside: high mountains kissing the sky, a beautiful pagoda resting in bright foliage and endless pipes of the industrial area coughing out the smoke. Fast roll down and we are on the way to the Pearl of the Orient.