Legend Resort Cherating
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Got up at 6:15am with the intention of catching the early ferry at 7am back to Mersing as my plan was to try and reach Taman Negara the same day. Annoyingly however there wasn't an early ferry running this morning! I thus had to hang around waiting for the 9am ferry which didn't actually turn up until 10am. We eventually set off at 10:15am and reached Mersing at ...
... but we guessed they knew there would be extra food about. The highlight was a huge lizard that stayed long enough for a quick photo shoot. The evening involved buying the bus tickets to take us to the north east of Malaysia and get some food at a Memak in the shape of fried chicken and Roti John. The latter is something that must be invented in England now as a Saturday morning breakfast rival the bacon ...
... running down the windows... So I have to confess that given a preview I totally bottled it as the delays meant a 8hr journey had turned to 10 hour journey and everything above economy had sold out which meant a hard canteen style chair for the duration..! The alternative is a 4 hour bus to Kuantan and then decide where to go from there, the buses are actually really good and have good air con. In Kuanton I've booked a 4 star beach front hotel for a night with ...
... in our heads and then headed up the stairs to the top.
On the way up we saw many of the monkeys playing and running around and stealing food from stupid tourists who seem to not read signs and walk around with food. The monkeys kept to themselves if you had no food. We made it to the top without dying and walked into the caves. The caves are huge and from the top you have a beautiful view out over Kuala Lumpur. The huge gold statue in front of the Batu caves is ...
... from darkness towards darkness, those who are running from brightness towards darkness, those who are running from darkness towards brightness, and those running from brightness towards brightness.
For a person in the first group, all around there is unhappiness but his greatest misfortune is that he also has no wisdom. Every time he encounters any misery he develops more anger, more hatred, more aversion, and blames others for his suffering. This only brings ...