If you are going to be drenched in a torrential downpour the night before, and later get caught in a morning drizzle as you wade through an icy cold river (icy by tropical standards, that is), well, be prepared to pay the consequences, sunshine. I am back home from the hillside village of Janda Baik nursing a temperature and a nasty cough. I am not much for talkin' or writin' just now. But perhaps you are quite tired of my endless jabber, so would appreciate quiet time with some shots I took while I was there...
|If you have a 4X4 vehicle, you can go further up river,|
where the water is clear like crystal. There are few houses here,
mostly farms and a couple of aboriginal huts.
|At the highest peak in Janda Baik is a bungalow owned by Mr. Saufi. He rents it out|
to guests who would have this amazing view of the infinity pool overlooking
the valley of Janda Baik down below.
|Everything is brighter, greener and more colourful here. I am coming back|
as soon as I can...
Have a restful day, sunshine. I certainly will.
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