Anyone for tea?

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March 12th 2014
Published: March 14th 2014
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Two things the Cameron Highlands are famous for are the jungle/ rainforest walks and the tea plantations. We bought a map and began exploring. First we set off on a jungle trail to Robinson waterfalls, the path was fairly flat but strewn with fallen down trees that had to be climbed over. Now I don’t mind that bit but I do worry what creature or insect may be lurking unseen just where I need t... Read Full Entry

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Our posh hotel

Less than £12 a night

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.
15th March 2014

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
15th March 2014

I remember it rained a lot...and although cold was also humid. We had to send the laundry down to Ipoh to dry.
15th March 2014
Which way now?

Enjoyed this one
Boy that looks familiar
15th March 2014

A bit of tea
You've had a great trip and we enjoyed following along. Great photos
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!
16th March 2014

thanks for reading our blogs , makes it all worth while.

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