Bayview Hotel Langkawi
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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... to close so we each sat in the massage chairs and had a relax, 1 ringit each =20p for the best 3 minutes. It was as if a real human was doing it, best 20p spent ever. Our driver was here on time and took us safely back to our hotel, no stops at the mosque or at his home this time. It had been for sure the most eventful and unexpected evening and we learnt a lot from our little religious education class in the car journey. Not sure we will be converting to Muslim any time soon ...
... island, and decided to head to most northern tip of the island, to Tanjung Rhu beach. It turned out it was a private beach, and a fair few miles before the beach we were stopped by security to ask where we were going. Security then handed us a piece of paper with a list of 'rules' to abide by, but they were nothing out of the ordinary. Mainly about respecting and preserving the environment, which we do anyway. The beach was deserted. Beautiful landscape, and very peaceful, but by ...
... ball about 1.5-2 miles ‘downstream’. I had no idea how to get Crayfish so I brought along some BBQ tongs and my dive light along with a mesh bag. Early in the dive I caught sight of a decent crayfish and gave a go at trying to get it out of its hiding place in the rocks/coral. It was a tricky endeavour because there are many sea urchins on the reef and I didn’t want to damage any coral. I got very close a couple times but in the end I was outsmarted (pretty ...
... travelling through Malaysia from Germany, where Julia works for a major international airline carrier, in an area of their company that fits out private planes for customers. I include this detail because it seemed to be one of the most interesting jobs I think a person could have, at least in that superficial way when imagining a job without all the day-to-day practicalities of it. She informed us that they will typically receive an aeroplane from ...
... was only 50% full so we were able to spread out a little.
It took minimal effort (however, long distances) to get to KLIA2 where we would catch a domestic flight to Langkawi. The airport was in a large but relatively basic and boring shopping centre which claimed to have Gloria Jeans (not that we found it). Lunch was at an Indonesian restaurant which gave me the spiciest chicken of my life!
The plane to Langkawi was short, only an hour but any ...