Regalodge Hotel Ipoh
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... guided me to the correct bus and also were going to tell me when to get off, score! I was the only person on the bus so the bus driver was asking me questions about where I'm from, was I really travelling alone and where I had just arrived from (all very normal questions which I am quite used to now). We hit some major traffic when we turned onto a large one way street which we were stuck in for a while but it moved pretty well, it was mainly due to being around 5pm on a Friday. Soon ...
... but it was universally agreed
that porridge wasn’t our favourite.
Later on we thought we’d try street food again when we found
an older couple cooking something delicious looking, some locals in a shop
later told us it was ‘carrot cake’ like we had tried in Singapore. Good dish,
all of us liked that.
To end our first day we found a Hawker food stall area,
drank freshly squeezed orange and ...
... biotope is said to be 250 million years old, thereby gains the status of the world´s oldest forest.
We went for a short walk through the Mossy Forest (approx. 30 minutes) and it was really amazing. All the trees were covered by different kinds of mosses. We were stumbling over massive roots; some of them had quite impressive shapes. We even did some little climbing. It was a great experience!
Once we got out of the Mossy Forest we drove back to Tanah ...
... I would come back and wait where I was sure we had arranged to meet. Just around the corner I do find him, whoooo, no need to worry after all. So much for fast food in the fancy mall. Devon said as soon as he ordered and saw the workers assembling the food he knew he made a mistake, it took about 20 minutes to get a lamb burger and fries. McDonalds was a few stalls down, he should have gone there.
Jan. 23 & 24/14 Here ...
... dry for 12 hours. I then had a rather delicious cup of freshly made tea before meeting the New Zealanders to decide how we were going to return to the main road - none of us fancying the 5km trek back. We found a minibus that some people had hired for the day and the driver agreed to take us. This area is famous for its tea and it's strawberries so, having seen the tea, the driver skipped the junction and took us to a strawberry farm. I don't know how his actual clients felt ...