Regalodge Hotel Ipoh
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Short dash north of KL, roughly 2 hours, and we've stopped off at Ipoh.
It's the 3rd city of Malaysia and promises some lovely architecture and cave temples so we have high hopes.
Our hotel turns out to be rather nice...and quiet. So a good nights sleep was had by all.
Next morning, our first wander and sadly a dawning realisation that …
... d spoke to a couple of times at the restaurant came over and laughed when we explained how we usually eat boiled eggs. We weren't so sure what was amusing about eating cooked eggs, but there you go.
Back in KL we just had to go back to Meng Kee Grill Fish for dinner again. We got ourselves some more fried carrot cake and squid, but this time we also got stingray, which was awesome too. definitely our favourite restaurant.
This morning, Saturday, we were third ...
... pretty much just a tea break and as our stress levels were high from the previous days experience, I decided to head to Mount Lang Recreational area for an afternoon tea. The serene atmosphere would surely tone us down and allow us to relax and gain our normal composure again.
Upon arrival, as it was a working day, the place was quite deserted except for the stall owners who were here. Sitting by ...
... one of them was trying to rip us off so we were stubborn and decided to walk. Trouble is, it took us a while to work out the direction to go in. Stupid Lonely Planet maps strike again with incorrectly named roads and landmarks in the wrong place.
We eventually got the right direction, after walking around a roundabout a few times and firstly heading off for about 200m up the wrong road. Then getting to ...
... 9 pm: strolling around hotel