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... him! We arrived in Mentakab at around 4am - catching a lift for the final leg of the journey from Kuala Lumpar to Mentakab with a friend of Kah Peng.
We stayed at Kah Peng's new house next door to her mum and brother, her mum (my cousin) is the loveliest person in the world and fed us incessantly! It was a bit of a shame that we were feeling so ill and couldn't fully enjoy her cooking.
On Saturday we were invited to help Kah Peng's ...
... wish to pass, you do have to be careful though because they don't always tell where they are going, but it was just so easy. I felt so safe, even at the rest stops I choose beforehand.
So all the creepy stories aren't true for me anyways. Maybe I just like it, I liked driving through the mountains, going up and down again and just drive, drive and drive... I started at the Penang airport, where ...
... have learned if you want to see a place on your journey, it's better to take the time to do it now, because your route and plans might change and you may not get the chance again.
The others on the bus begin their search for transportation for the rest of the trip. You can chose to go by a different bus or take the boat. I want to take the boat tomorrow, but the others are in a hurry to get to the park and are trying to find a bus to complete their trip ...
... still on the stupid metro getting very tired, grumpy and a very bad back from lugging the back packs around! It was also now rush hour and the trains were extremely busy to the point where I was getting very unhappy and claustrophobic. I mean it was so packed that parents were actually pushing their children into the wall of people just to get them on the train, not fun! We're still not sure how we ended up quite so lost but there was nothing we could do. By the ...
... a taxi and went over to Oriental Village on the other side of the island. Our first stop was a huge waterfall with pools to swim in below. We spent several hours here, and the pools of water cured my hangover immediately. We then made our way into the village for a quick lunch and a off road segway tour. This was fantastic, costing £6 for 30minutes around a difficult forest route. There were several cuts and bruises by the end of the ...