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Ooo what fun we had... Joe and Anita, (my neighbours on the marina) decided to tie the knot with a Pirate themed wedding. It all started with my brother Eddie's joke, 'Why are pirates called pirates? Coz they aaarrgh... har har'. Once the idea was set in motion, Anita, Joe and I set about getting every ones pirate names for the wedding using an on line Pirate Name Generator which was hilarious.
With the groom Joe 'Sword Jugglin' Ted', ...
... building to heli-pad and saw the city 360 degrees.. Amazingly tranquil. Went to big water park/zoo/theme park place. Went to museum learnt a lot about Malaysian history. Went on a bar crawl met lots fellow travelers and been invited to visit them in there home cities. Then we left kula lumpur headed to the island of Penang stayed on street called love lane in a lovely hostel called red heritage inn. Went to adventure park called Escape where we played ...
The flight to Langkawi was pretty uneventful, it only took 20 minutes so after taking off it was soon time to land. That was our 12th flight in 13 months so we are more than experienced in going through security without a hitch and getting to our plane on time. So much so that we had plenty of time to demolish some donuts, yum! I say that touching wood as we have two more flights in the next few days and don't want to jinx them! On landing in Langkawi from just outside of ...
From Penang we only cruised a few hours to reach Porto Malai, Langkaw, Malaysiai where we docked for the night. In the morning we were on the big bus bound for a fabled Bat Caves followed by a mangrove tour. From the bus we boarded small boats, but after only a few hundred meters we reached the cave. Inside the cave and with a bit of flashlight help we were able to see hundreds of small bats taking their daytime siesta hanging upside down from the ceiling. Back ...
... the Chinese man was now stood back under the
tree not looking to happy as we waved at him from the bus going past.
Now, it is hard to know when someone is being genuine or scamming you
but we would never get into a strangers car anyway and the more we
think about it the weirder it seems. We tried telling the policemen
at the bus station but they would only listen if we made a formal
report and seeing as we didn't get scammed and we don't really know
what the ...