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... him cute and offered (or just gave him) food. One particularly friendly (and un hygienic looking man) gave him a corn on the cob. We were paranoid about Bardy getting the squits, but felt bad thanking the man and then marching Bardy away in his buggy so we could confiscate his latest treat. We checked out an impressive local market and can say with fair confidence that you will not find as many small market stalls selling just bananas and ...
... and relaxed. I had been planning on catching a night bus from Kota Bharu down to KL but the latest any left was 9pm which would have meant arriving in KL at 5am which i had no desire to do. I therefore decided i would take the Monday morning bus at 9:30am instead. This left me with all of Sunday to fill so in the morning i wandered around town (there wasn’t much to see except museums which i find terminally dull), and then in the afternoon took ...
... than an arms length away and for 20 seconds or so (everything happened in slow motion, like it would do if this was a film) we swam together, just me and Geoff (he looked like a Geoff) and another guy who was doing some underwater photography. It was one of the best experiences of my life! I was swimming with a real life turtle and he was bloody massive! His shell was about 1.5 meters long, and his head was bigger than I thought it would be, he was just magnificent! This ...
... could see it swimming along in perfect terrifying detail. I grabbed at David, pointing to the shark and yelling 'Arr! Aarr!!' Which was the best I could do with a snorkel on. By the time David had time to say 'what? Did you just say shark?' It had swum away into the watery depths....
He is absolutely kicking himself he didn't see it and I did. At least I tried to tell him! Haha :)
Lucky Esther!! Pfft, she was probably making it up to make ...
... through Malaysia to Thailand including the one we needed to take to reach Kota Bharu (The jungle train) A train which surprisingly does what it says on the tin, or in this case timetable, and goes through the jungle.
John-Which platform do we need?
Anne-Don’t know yet?
Anne toddles off and asks a variety of malay speaking travellers – providing a concencensus that it’s the right platform.
John-Which way will ...
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