Bayview Hotel Langkawi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... inside the plant offering its protection in exchange. If you tap or shake the plant you can actually hear an 'ant alarm' is going off- the hissing-like sound made by them dropping on their belly which lets soldier ants know that the plant is under attack. In Mulu we've seen 4 show caves with Deer cave being the most impressive one. The cave is a home to over 3 million bats which every evening form spiral formation and fly out for dinner. The spiral is form to confuse predators ...
... safe and sound and staying with my parents. Thankfully we already have a car as my father is a saint and looked for one for us, all I had to do was pay for it! therefore we are free to move around without inconveniencing anyone. Next step to find a house to rent and jobs.
I will do a final round up when I have had time to collect my thoughts about the trip as at the moment it is just such a novelty to be staying in the same place, even if it is still a single room.
... of a single story guesthouse with 4 rooms running in a straight line each with their own little veranda stuck in the middle of a rice paddy field...when we pulled up onto the grass entrance we realised that this was exactly as the pictures had portrayed but miles better in real life!
What the pictures didn’t capture were the stunning distant mountain ranges, rolling lush green hills, palm and banana trees surrounding ...
... Vinnie's stories. Maybe the one true fact is that he really is an author? hmmm
Before I knew it 9 weeks had flown past and I had deliberated for some time on when and where to head to after the shelter. I found myself suddenly needing to make a decision and eventually I settled for a return to Bali for a month. Still my favorite place and cheap and easy enough to reach from Malaysia. I'm sure I will return to the shelter again one day and help out ...
... The boat leaves at 11 and at 10.30 we go back and assume we get our passports back. Wrong. A minor concern as they didn't give us a receipt for them but they do this every day. We wait until they call for us to move to the next waiting zone which is on the beach, as we pass the office we get handed our tickets and struggle with our luggage across the soft sand in the ever increasing heat. Everyone clusters under the shade of the only tree and has the same question, when do we ...