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Cameroon Highlands Tour
10.00 pm | Report to the entrance of the Allan Tour Agency
10.30 pm | Leave Singapore for the Cameron Highlands
12.30 am | Stop for a break at Yong Peng, Malaysia
09.30 am | Reach the Cameroon Highlands Hotel (Relax for the rest of the day)
07.30 am | Have breakfast
08.30 am | Gather at the entrance of the hotel
09.00 am | 1st Stop of Half-Day Tour - Strawberry Farm (Buy freshly picked strawberries, or pay a fee and pick them yourself)
10.30 am | 2nd Stop of Half-Day Tour - Bee Farm (Buy freshly gathered honey in ready packed)
12.00 pm | Have lunch at mountain village
01.00 pm | 3rd Stop of Half-Day Tour - Boh Tea Plantation (Sample the great variety of tea grown and harvested at the plantation. Learn the making process, and purchase your favourite tea either in teabags or loose tea leaves)
03.30 pm | Stop at small local produce shops
04.30 pm | Return to hotel (Relax for the rest of the day)
It takes visitors hours to reach Cameroon Highlands.
Tourists will visit the , Bee Farm, and Boh Tea Plantation during the Half-Day Tour.
Tourists must if they want to pick their own strawberries at the Strawberry Farm.
The tourists can sample of tea, learn the process of , and ready-made tea in teabags or loose tea leaves at the Boh Tea Plantation.
'' in this itinerary means goods that are grown or made in the area.
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Nick: Vova, I hear that you took the train across Russia.
Vova: Yes, I started in Moscow, travelled all through Russia and Mongolia, and ended up in China.
Nick: Wow! That's a long way!
Vova: Yes. It took three weeks. I did it as part of a tour with ten other people.
Nick: Cool! What was the landscape like?
Vova: A lot of it was flat and you could see that there was absolutely nothing for miles. As we got into Siberia there were scattered trees, and when we got into Mongol we could see some camels, but besides that there was next to nothing.
Nick: Wow! Wild camels! So how did you eat on this train?
Vova: We stopped several times at stations along the way and on every platform you could buy local food. Every train had hot water on it too, so you could always make noodles if you were desperate.
Nick: Wow! Would you do it again?
Vova: Great question! Yes, I would do it again, but I would wait several years to do it. There are so many other things to do and see.
Nick: OK. Thanks a lot.
There were people in Vova's tour.
The landscape was .
Vova could get on the train.
Vova got the food on the .
Vova saw several in Mongolia.
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