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Roundup Of My Trip In Cameron Highlands

BACK IN ACTION...Yes, I hope from this day onwards, my posts will be updated daily again.... No excuses other than poor time management and laziness to even open the "blogger.com" browser...
My Cameron trip photos are occupying a lot of space in my handphone, in this post, I will round up everything in one go. 

The weather was very cooling up in Camerons, it was not school holidays when we were there.  Never go there during the school hols, everywhere seems to be so crowded and the traffic is terrible at most parts on the hill.  But of course, with school kids, it is not possible to go at other times, not like us retirees, with our kids all grown up and away, we only have each other company to keep us entertained.  Almost like we were in our unmarried days again, only difference is that our physical appearance and our body battery is not as strong as before!  LOL...

A roundup of the 2 nights 3 days stay in Camerons....
Kea Garden in Cameron... 
Plenty of guest houses around the vicinity.... 

Can even opt for mini chalets....
I was fascinated.... 
Just have to crawl into these guest houses...
The last I heard it was RM100 per chalet... 
Equipped with a small TV and clean bed... 
However I think I won't be comfortable here... 
This auntie needs private toilet...
Smokehouse for tea.... 
Their fresh warm scones and strawberry jam is worth paying for.....
My friends led us up to a vegetable farm.... 
Our national flower as big as my hand... 
Or was it someone else's hand??
Morning walks and exercise!
Having a good time with my gang....
Yes, we would love to go up Camerons one day.... 
Wait till the kids go back to school and it is the retirees' turn again!
LOL...




Comments

  1. Cameron highlands is fun! I don't think i will feel comfortable in that mini chalet too.

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  2. I wouldn't be able to crawl in and out of the mini chalet and I prefer private toilets.

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  3. What fun you have been having! I love the picture of you and the giant strawberry! And the giant Hibiscus is gorgeous, I did not know it is your national flower. Those tiny houses with beds are cute, but you are so right about the bathroom!

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  4. Wah! What a fun holiday! Good to know that you are back fully!

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  5. one of these day i must make a trip to Cameron. Long time didnt go

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  6. It is a childhood dream of mine to visit Cameron, and thanks to your blog I now know more information about its attractions.

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