Bayview Hotel Langkawi
Travel Blogs from Langkawi
... and safely docked back into the marina. It really has been an incredible experience living at the marina, and I'm loving the people you meet and their kindness. The best shot of the day was a quick snap I took of Tony which just shows his whole character and is probably the best photograph I've every taken of someone, he really is a one off!
Once again another memorable trip... thank you Tony and Santong, and Destiny's Voyager it was a lovely experience.
Well folks after my long winded first day in Malaysia blog We have been so busy enjoying our adventure just haven't had time to write anything so here's a catch up of everything we have done. Kula lumpur- hostel was great clean very central great staff. China town was good but even the fake stuff being sold looked fake..! Food has been amazing and has been the highlight of many a long day exploring. We went up to sky bar seen the petronos towers. Went on to top ...
... thing I have ever eaten, it was like eating the sun!) I couldn't eat it, but on our course, she said you can cool it down with a bit of coconut milk. I poked my head in the kitchen, the cook was Thai so after realising she didn't know what I was saying I used the international language of mime and signalled that my mouth was very hot and pulled a funny face. She said 'ahhh' knowingly and handed me some more chillies! I've heard of fighting fire with fire, but I don't think this will work ...
... at the stop and we watched him hovering about and
then he approached us a second time and looked concerned about the
odd man now sat next to us and offered us a lift again saying he
worries about tourists in this area (however, the weird man sat next
to us was a man we had met on the bus there so knew he was ok and now
certain we were in the right place for the bus back). We rejected
politely and off he went. The bus thankfully came round the corner
and we got ...
The next morning we woke up before dawn to walk c.30 mins to the meeting point of our ferry to Ko Lanta. We even enjoyed a magnificent sunrise on the way there. Once at the meeting point, we started a quite lengthy process of checking in, waiting for people who late, going to another meeting point, then going across the island to the Malaysian immigration checkpoint ...