Bayview Hotel Langkawi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... Little India, with the Sari'ed ladies and turbaned men, selling Made in China garrish Ganesh statues. The contrasts were what I liked the most about the city. but hey, I grew up in the Rainbow Nation. It felt a bit like home. Three of the hugest cities in South East Asia - Jakarta, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur - in six days. By the time we arrived in Kuala Lumpur on Thursday the 30th of July, we were citied out. Taxi drivers irritated the **** out of us as we left the dirty, dodgy ...
... clean beach with a good atmosphere. We located the nearest bar and watched the sunset with beer in hand accompanied by some spring rolls, the prices were out of our league when it came to mains, we're talking £4-£6 here. We picked up some ridiculously cheap street food on the way back to fill our appetite.
The next morning we set off for a cable car ride up to the highest peak on the island, Emma was already anxious and the wobbly ride up didn't help. A cracking ...
... the manual, and we got the engine shut down ("WFI" as they say in the Air Force – without further incident). But now what? We were 2 hours out of Krabi, 7 hours from Phuket and 20 plus hours from Langkawi. Knowing there were no repair facilities in Krabi and even fewer parts we discounted that quickly, we were both ‘done’ with Phuket and being ripped off by the chandleries and repair facilities, so we decided that pressing to Langkawi was our best option – ...
... from one of the herbs -- something they called "cat's moustache". It was supposed to give you energy (something we both could use after our trek). The tea was actually pretty good -- a little citrusy in flavor and we found a spot in the shade next to a fan to relax and drink it.
Back on the ship, we had lunch, a shower and a nap. We had dinner in the Lido (Karl's preferred dining venue) and then went to the show. It was a very entertaining group ...
... see why. The food and the service was great. The women spoke great English and talked us through everything. We had tuna sushi and prawn tempura for starters then Noel had Wagyu beef (which was so good he went on about it all night lol) and I had salmon. They were so yummy. I definitely have nothing to worry about in Japan. We washed it down with Sapporo with cold giant mugs. We returned to our room following our meal and chilled out. It's been a great day ...