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... the rocky hideout we’d just been in. Edd stood up again and sorted out his mask, why it kept steaming up was a mystery; he then called for me to look at something – an iguana had beached itself on a rock close to us, I didn’t have a chance to get a picture as it swam off too quickly after spotting us oafs close to it. Edd swam after it to see where it went, I was less enthusiastic: they were known to be a bit vicious.
The iguana ...
... found a Tutti Frutti yoghurt stand and chowed down on the cool dessert in the oppressive heat. Overall it was a great day that we both enjoyed immensely. Back at the boat we prepared her for departure by getting the dinghy and kayak up and everything all ready for an early departure. Our run to Tenggol would need to be early and fast if we hoped to secure one of the few moorings available at this offshore marine protected area.
We had another great spinnaker run up to ...
... br> The drive from Kuala Besut to Kuala Terengganu was an eye opener, we have traveled to lots of countries where rubbish is a problem, no one country is better than another and the situation always surprises you and makes you feel a bit sad. At the bus stop in Kuala Besut a young well dressed lad finished his drink and without even a thought threw it straight down on the path in front of him, Kuala Besut bearing in mind is the hub to one of the ...
... would close when we didn’t. So I took great pains to keep the cumbersome dialog going. I probably saved our lives!
Kuala Terengganu; Pop 286,000
Kuala Terengganu is definitively not a "must-stop" on any tourist track. It is a transportation hub as well as a place to break the journey back toward KL. Our main reason was that it promised some up-close looks at several crafts; batik making, basket ...
... from Kuala Terangganu to Cherating
8am: brakfast at one Malay's stall nearby Sumai Hotel
9am: Floating mosque.
10am: Tong Juan restaurant