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... Out of the village, we made our way along a valley past streams irrigating watercress. The valley was covered in tea and we soon came upon he lodgings of some of the plantation workers. It was very surreal to be stood around with some of the men, many of whom are remittance workers from Nepal or Bangladesh, as they prepared to head back out onto the hills. I can't imagine how different their lives must be from our own. We made it up to the Cameron ...
... area when Malaysia was a British colony. They say he discovered it but in truth the highlands were and still are populated by the native people, the Orang-Asli. The plateau is famous for growing tea, strawberries and other veggies. The main town of Tanah Rata, where we are staying is a small guesthouse, is populated mainly but Punjab Indians, who came over to work ...
the incredibly photogenic petronas towers and KL were only a one day stop to our first main destination - the cameron highlands with its tea plantations. this is a usual tourist spot in malaysia but when the receptionist nearly hysterically asked if we were to stay 3 nights we had a feeling that the people usually stay one or two nights and move on even if there is much more to this place than tea.
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... plastic and finally reached the hotel.
The hotel is fine, but I must say, I’m kinda disappointed about Cameron Highlands so far… But maybe, maybe I expected too much ;) The tea plantations aren’t close to the road… I found out afterwards… (How am I supposed to know hehe)… So I’ll just try and find them tomorrow and the day after.
... the platform. Uncertain if we had gotten it wrong, we started looking for information about the buses, soon realising that there were no information posted anywhere. Asking the attendants didn't give us any clue what to do. Finally, we went to the ticket office to ask them what was going on. There we got the information that the bus was late and had changed to another platform. So we started moving over to the other platform and in passing asked an attendant at the ...