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7th April 2014

Just curious
Hello. Could you tell me which island was this in Malaysia and also what is the name of Shane's company? I would like to do a yatch tour like that myself....sounds like a very home-style kind of trip rather than a professional mundane tourist kind of trip, so I would like to look more into it.. Thanks. Samuel
8th April 2014

Yacht trips
Sorry, Shane doesn't have a company and he's probably moved on now anyway.
5th April 2014

Catchy title
Good story.
3rd April 2014

Fantastic
What a lovely way to spend a birthday. Sounds lush! What's the name of the island?
3rd April 2014
The jungle tumbles down to the beach

I miss the jungle!
Marvelous!
16th March 2014

Thanks for the pictures...
I will share them on Facebook, most of my friends having also gone to school in Tanah Rata. Sorry if you got wet!
16th March 2014

Thanks for sharing!
your pics reminded me of how much I enjoyed walking in the tea plantation around Cameron Highlands a few years ago! Good life! I remember a small bakery that served delicious blueberry pies... overlooking the tea fields! sigh... Enjoy!
From Blog: Anyone for tea?
16th March 2014

thanks
thanks for reading our blogs , makes it all worth while.
From Blog: Anyone for tea?
15th March 2014

A bit of tea
You've had a great trip and we enjoyed following along. Great photos
From Blog: Anyone for tea?
15th March 2014
Which way now?

Enjoyed this one
Boy that looks familiar
From Blog: Anyone for tea?
15th March 2014

Thanks!
I remember it rained a lot...and although cold was also humid. We had to send the laundry down to Ipoh to dry.
From Blog: Anyone for tea?
14th March 2014

Thanks for the memories...
I understand that the Eastern Hotel, where I used to go to school, was demolished and replaced by the Century Pines Resort. Could you post a picture of it on your next blog? Thanks for all the other pictures. Parit Falls was on the path from the school to the Smoke House and the Cameron Highlands Hotel and the golf course. I wonder if any of those places still exist.
From Blog: Anyone for tea?
15th March 2014

photos
I'll add a photo of the Century pines to the end of this blog as we've finished here now. It's raining right now but we'll dodge out in between showers and take it so give me a day before checking. The smoke house is still here but we didn't get to it to take a photo and probably won't now, it's a good hour's walk away.Not sure about the Cameron Highlands hotel,there are lots with similar sounding names. The only golf course is the one near Bringchang. Anyway glad we can bring back memories to you
From Blog: Anyone for tea?
12th March 2014

I hate the bus shuffle. It is never as close or takes as little time as what you are told. Actually taxis are really cheap in Malaysia, that lady got a good deal out of you. We had a 2 hour taxi ride once for 80 ringgit, not sure of the distance but it was a long way.
11th March 2014

I went to high school in Tanah Rata...
from 1966 to 1968. It was located at the Eastern Hotel (probably renamed by now) in the valley below the mosque, and across from Government House and the play ground. Hopefully you can post a pictures for me! Anyway, enjoy the Boh Tea Plantation and the hikes in the jungle to the various waterfalls. And watch out for tigers.
28th February 2014

Gorgeous!
Hi Woolley's! Looks like you're having a fantastic time! I'm really enjoying following you guys on your adventure! It's been 6 years since I was in Thailand, hoping to make it back within the coming year though. I'm just curious, what was the name of the place you stayed in Ko Bulon? The little bungalow you stayed in for 600 baht/night? Looks perfect!
2nd March 2014

Bulon
Hi the bungalow operation was called Ban Sailida but I don't have any contact details we just showed up. You need to get a longtail from the speed boat to Panka Noi bay and just walk up the small hill. It's right there but they're often full. We just got lucky
12th February 2014

wow
That looks totally awesome. Definitely our kind of island. Where is the jumping off point from the mainland for Koh Sukron? How much were the bungalows?
13th February 2014

you need to see an agent in Trang to get there. Bungalows were 800B with fan and breakfast!
11th February 2014

Photos
Ha ha, you should look at phots "Lia Liang" and "6717" - they look like they match up perfectly to make a sand spit!
7th February 2014

LOVE IT!!!
Hahaha ... have almost the same fotos here. :) I can't even remember how often we were running around this fountain to get the BEST PICTURE. :D I get such wanderlust when I see that, have to check out air asia immediately. :D
1st February 2014

never made it there!
We never did make it there. Looked like great views!
From Blog: A Lost World
1st February 2014

too much facebook!
I was trying to "like" some of your photos but realized you can't. Guess I have been doing too much facebook!!
1st February 2014
Monkeys

Fantastic
Wow it looks like the place time forgot. Very Jurassic Park era. National park?
From Blog: A Lost World

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