Bayview Hotel Langkawi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room
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... and had two solid hookups. Pretty good by anyone’s standards and we were happy to press on to Ko Lipe to outclear from Thailand, bidding this amazing fishing spot farewell for now.
We found Lipe chockers with boats, but our previous mooring ball was free so we tied up again. It is a good mooring but right in the middle of the longboat traffic which makes for continuous noise and waves. We went ashore for a last ‘cheap’ Thai massage and to ...
... spoilt by heat haze an building clouds.
A very enjoyable day! We return for shower and change and then visit the boat Restaurant once again. Tonight Marjory chose seafood soup and squid with stir fried vegetables which was lovely and David enjoyed noodle soup and chicken and vegetable stir fry..........And some local beer!
... with unfortunate looking noses. We spent 2 hours trekking through the jungle to spot 2 of them... just to see a third one sitting on a tree just opposite the park entrance on our way back! You could sip your coffee at look at it! :) The park itself is quite interesting although incredibly hot- don't even think about starting a trek without at least 2-3 bottles of water. The safety in the park is taken a bit lightly, if you ask me, but then again- as is in most places in Asia. To ...
... the way. We drove all the way to the Langkawi sky bridge which is a big bridge on top of one of the mountains that overlooks the island. We didn't realise though that it is only accessible by cable car and after seeing how steep the cable car was (and mainly how expensive it was) we decided not to go up. So we carried on to go see a waterfall in the jungle part of the island. We arrived parked our bikes and then proceeded to walk 10 minutes up a ridiculously steep ...
... is a photo opportunity with a Burmese Python that we just can’t deny Kier, he is so desperate to get his hands on the snake. Sensing that he was comfortable with handling the python, the snake handler places a small viper on his head.
Next to the temple is a snake farm. Here is the Reticulated Python, the worlds longest snake, and the King Cobra, worlds longest venomous snake can be found. Both these animals have been a source of fascination for The ...