So the Cameron Highlands. Wet, cold - correction - freezing and not a massive amount to do. This should bIe a short blog.
Well we arrived in the rain, found somewhere to stay then didn't do a massive amount else that night. Other than having a walk down the main street (pretty much the only street!) to find something warm to eat and drink. We found a tasty Indian restaurant that served the best horlicks ever! We then played scrabble (outside, cos it was slightly warmer outside than in our room) and then we headed off to bed, me in 3 vest tops, leggings and socks and Dave in his joggers, vest and t-shirt. We managed a good enough night sleep, ready for our long walk the next day.
The tours we had offered weren't all that exciting and were overpriced and were hardened travellers now so we hopped on the local bus and did our own 'little' trekking tour. In total I think we walked 9 miles so definitely a good workout that day. The thing we were most interested here were the tea plantations. That was our first stop, the Boh tea plantation, the fields were amazing. I didn't realise tea came from shrub like plants but then I guess I never really though about it! My favourite part was most definitely the tea and scone we had in the cafe, yummy! After this we walked back to the hotel which is where the long distance comes from. There wasn't much else to see but the walk through the country was lovely!
Nothing much else of interest to mention here so i'll continue to update the other blogs i am soooo far behind on.