Tower Regency Hotel
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... up some breakfast as we waited. The buses were nice air condition, pretty modern...apart from the one to Tambun. Obviously a special route we got on the localest of buses with old school seats and the windows wide open to keep the temperature below roasting. The journey was probably about 45 as we crawled through the city and out in to the mountains nearby. We were dropped at the side of the road and pointed in the right direction were after 10 minutes or so we ...
... that we were being transferred to another terminal by mini-bus but I had to wait for this one. After a while waiting a mini-bus turned up and other people were getting on but no one seemed to pay attention to me so I continued to sit with another couple of people waiting. After a while longer another mini-bus turned up and the big, sweaty man came out and started shouting orders around in Malay, obviously I cannot understand Malay so I wasn't sure if this was my ...
... me same great tips including the tour company she used. I don't want to plan too far ahead but I need to keep in mind that many of the countries here I need to either have a Visa for or if not a Visa a exit booked from the country within the allowance given without a Visa (this is really Thailand I need to worry about this). For example I have to plan around the fact that I want to be in Chiang Mai Thailand around the 5-7 November as this is when the Lantern Festival is on and I am ...
... We posted some things back to Aussie, checked out the
Old Post Office building, the Old Railway building, the Courthouse, the Royal
Club and a really posh looking school. It all looked very English with a big
cricket oval surrounded by the Old Town
In the afternoon we joined in on some free river cruises we
had seen advertised whilst walking around. The name sounded better than it was,
as after getting in to a boat and taking ...
... momentum. The poison is usually taken from plants (e.g. Ipoh Tree) or venomous creatures. In Cameron Highlands the blowpipe has been always used by aborigines, for the purpose of hunting. After the demonstration each of us was invited to try to fire the dart, but for security reasons the dart wasn´t dipped in poison :)
Then we proceeded to a place where we had lunch. It was a 20-minute drive. Unfortunately our guide was of a Nepali origin and he apparently enjoyed ...