Impiana Resort Cherating
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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After two days carving our way up the east coast of Malaysia, with the South China Sea out over our right arms while driving through plantations of palm trees, today we turned north-west, driving in brilliant sunshine through rain-forests, then narrow ...
... as it doesn't feel as real as say Ketambe in Indonesia. About an hour later we made our way up some stairs to the first walk way. Luckily I am not afraid of heights otherwise this would have been very challenging mentally. Max was not a big fan and had rope burns on his hands as proof. We saw nothing but from an adrenaline point of view was worth the money. Away from the tourists we quickly set off on ...
Up packed, walk to the bus station and we're leaving KL. The bus is NICE! Big comfy seats. 3-4 hours and we arrive in Kuatang. Walking town and find the sweetest little lady in a GH, rooms are very basic and Cam inspects the mattress closely for bed bugs. It gets a pass.
Head out for a little explore along the river. Not sure if many tourists come here as we ...
... than when I left as have not actually sat still since I left Manchester and tend to have breakfast and then not eat til Dinner time, in the heat your appetite definitely goes away. Ramadan finishes any time now so hopefully a lot more places will open up now so I can visit attractions, people keep saying go shopping but I have no desire to buy anything.. Purchases mean weight and I'm already lugging around a good 14kg on my back. It has taken me a good 5 days ...
... where we don’t feel any sensation because ultimately they are all so subtle but if we stay for a minute observing calmly, quietly and equanimously than we are bound to tune into a sensation. The important thing is to not develop a craving for a sensation or aversion toward the blindness. If after a minute we still don’t experience anything than move on with a smile. The feeling can be as simple as our clothing brushing our skin or a gross sensation of pain but ...