Riverside Greenery Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
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... bloody obvious you didn't want to bother that bugger, he had humongous teeth! Whatever possessed Nath to try and make friends with it I will never know! Our final stop was on a lovely beach with was called Romantic Beach, and although Nath is the only man me, I couldn't help but miss Geoff. The Perhenian Islands are so special to us, we had an amazing time and couldn't have wished for more from our last stop in paradise. Thought of the day- on our second to last day, we went ...
... where we are staying as knew they picked up. Then we saw a guy who we had sat next to in the mini bus from Cameron Highlands to Gua Musang, he hasn't got out when we did at the station but still managed to appear. He was about to get into a taxi into town so asked if we could split it, at which point the guy who we had to speak to about the fares came over and wasn't happy. Making it perfectly clear this was going to town and not where we wanted, followed by speaking ...
... really see the culture and how people live instead of just how people live for tourists. Bali is full of tourist and you can see how it changes a country, how the nature is destroyed by man just to make hotels, how people live now to make money out of tourist, how they will just make advantage of you as tourist having money. It is a pity how many tourist go to Bali (Kuta for example) just like they go to Thailand (Phuket/Ko phi phi) or ...
... world class sites and not much else will live up to it!
The speed boat trip over here was something of a theme park ride, the tides were still quite high, due to the monsoon season just ending and the islands being re-opened, and we'd already been told we wouldn't be able to get to the east of the island as the waves were too bad.
Amy and I were sat at the back of the boat next to the captain ...
We took the speed boat back to the mainland and civilisation. Our minivan trip up to Kota Bharu was again apparently a race against the clock, though the speeding driver did stop 3 times; he bought us sweets, then water, then bananas - pretty random. Our room at Tune Hotel was refreshing; no spiders, no mosquitoes, air-conditioning, a clean bathroom and comfy bed. On our first evening we went ...