Seri Malaysia Genting Highlands
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We hope to spark some local educational initiatives. Ms Joyce Tay will be the U6Sc5-76 class representative that will manage/monitors its usage. Thanks to Victoria Ho Tso we have made this a reality in Malaysia for local eduvolunteers there. This "giving chest" is beautifully illustrated by Loretta Chang in this slide presentation: http://www.scribd.com/doc/219625593/mOL C-givingchest
TK says: huge thanks all ...
... by anyone, except when you pause at a market stall longer than 30 seconds or so.
We spent today wondering around the area of the botanical gardens, with some highs and lows to the tour then back to Traders. Contemplate a swim but both fall asleep before we get there.
We now need to feed yet again then back to the room to pack as we leave tomorrow, but maybe there will be time for another trip to the Skybar....what do you think ...
... The majestic trees towered above the rainforest canopy, even some species of palm trees reached for the sky. I could see fishtail varieties and other palms that I haven't seen before. The gullies were crammed full of tree ferns. It would have been fantastic to experience the Rainforest ...
... was great for doing a few laps to get some exercise in.
The pool closed at 9:30 pm, so wandered back through a very nice resort and I had a coffee in my room and wrote out our happenings in my diary. The Wi Fi is not free here - 10 Ringgits for an hour. The internet has been intermittent through-out Asia and in China Facebook and Google aren't accessible. ...
... wasn't a huge spectacle though!
At the base of the caves there was an Indian market selling clothes, food, souvenirs and all sorts. I got my eyebrows threaded, some henna on my hand and some Indian sweets. Lucky for India and my waist I'm not that keen on their sweets. No chocolate anywhere and they're massively sickly. My henna was pretty though and lasted about a week.
Other than the market and the caves there is very little else around ...