Legend Resort Cherating
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... Another half a mile or so was the gorgeous Botanical Gardens. This area reminded me of Central Park in NY except it was tropical! A little bit of haven in a mad city. There are lakes, fountains and loads of beautiful walks through tropical plants by a river. Had quite a few stops for iced watermelon juice (at the moment it's my favorite drink). Spent a few hours chilling out under a palm tree reading, before walking on to Sentral Railway ...
... had. We avoided the KFC, McDonald’s and Burger Kings on the beach to settle for some delicious fried rice and vegetables. After swimming in the ocean we got a cab back and prepared ourselves for another day at the beach. This cab, however, was no ordinary cab. We hopped with the driver, his wife, and their three small children. The woman and two oldest children (around 3 and 6 years of age) sat in the front seat. The youngest, who couldn’t have been ...
... are very touchy about that. A woman on the bus has also been covering her mouth since I got on.. Believe me it's seriously hard to not take their reactions personally! I'm a very clean and presentable person but they act like I'm a tramp! The journey takes us through some of the most beautiful scenery with masses of palm trees and jungle like areas but equally it also passes through numerous small and very poor towns similar to Jarrentut. It really puts things into ...
... where the elephants showed us tricks.
Funnily we bumped into Rosa again at the elephant sanctuary. Kuala Lumpur is a smaller place then you think. After the Elephant show we got to feed the big elephants, Paw Paw and Sugarcane. You could pass it to their trunk or put it in their mouth. An elephant’s mouth is so big when you are standing right next to it. Elephant riding time was next. We lined up and finally got to ride an elephant bareback. It is the ...
... distance buses stops for us and agrees to take us to Kauntan for 10 ringgit each – double the price, obviously straight in the driver’s pocket, but it got us moving. A ticket for KL was easy to sort out and within 20 mins of arriving in Kauntan, we were on the road. We both agreed that travel days at least give you some purpose and we were both looking forward to getting on the road with Pam and Atik for a bit of ...