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... towers that are up there. There is also a whole resort at the top, but it seems to have been abandoned. Langkawi has a few white elephants like this. Another is a massive causeway going out to sea, large enough to drive a bus on. After a kilometer or so it gets to a bridge which is now falling apart and it just seems to reach a dead end in the ocean. No idea what that was for?- a failed aid project maybe? I had a wonderful session at the Sun Spa. For a total tropical ...
... place and gives you a whole new feel of the island when exploring around.
The cruise out was beautiful with great company and perfect weather, past the luxurious Best Western Hotel, floating villages, deserted beaches, local men fishing, yachts anchored off and watching the impressive eagles flying around... it's a whole new adventure seeing this part of Langkawi.
Joe and Tony took Karina up into the bridge and instructed her on ...
We were back on the ship by about 2 pm a bit late for lunch but definitely ready for a break.
After Dinner we had seen the show, seen the film and so decided to practice some bridge bidding, so absorbed were we that we forgot to go to dancing at 9.45. The clock goes back tonight so an extra hours sleep tonight or alternatively and extra hour in the gym. We now have 2 days at sea as we sail due west to Sri Lanka.
I woke to the sound of something crashing through the trees just outside our window, Martin was still fast asleep so I bravely went out onto the balcony to investigate, but whoever it was had moved on and all I could see were the trees moving as it made its way. I sat down and looked around enjoying the view and the peace. I looked across and saw two pairs of eyes looking back at me, a mother and baby dusky faced monkey also known as a spectacled monkey sitting quietly ...
... the chance to stroke a sting ray, I was going to do it, but then I thought about it for too long and I didn't want to do it, also, it made a sort of snorting, sneezing sound, which creeped me out. Our next stop was lunch, but that was a 40 minute ride through the mangroves, which was great for me! The boat was really fast, and the front rode up like a speed boat, it was breezy and the mangroves were spectacular. We did make a stop to see some monkeys, they were quite small and hanging ...