Suria Cherating Beach Resort, Kuantan
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A sweeping white beach bordered by coconut palms and a small village of guesthouses and shops with more monkeys, monitor lizards and cats walking around than humans, Cherating is a popular spot for surfing and ...
... firm ideas about our next destinations, which makes me happy as we now have a little bit of structure to work with. As Myanmar was high on our list of places to see we have sorted out flights and a visa online. The online visa on arrival is a new service but only for people flying in and out of the country, the flights from Bangkok are so cheap it makes more sense to take advantage of this new visa rather than having to go to the embassy and wait a few days and ...
... in the preparation. We got to the area with only a couple of lost moments. It was a type of pretty resort with small chalets, picnic tables and a waterfall. What we hadn't prepared for was the heat walking through the trees to the small falls and the leeches. Yes our friends the tiny leeches. So with both of us in shorts and no socks and not initially looking out for them I got a big of a shock when looking down and saw the ...
The ocean was wild and murky. Not your serene crystal lagoons further north. This was truly off beaten path paradise.
But if backpacking is about profound destinations and unexpected journeys. Then it is the imprint and joy of the people who you meet. In cherating i was greeted by two german couples who were on their second stay in moms home. I was led tothe ocean for the first time thru deep palms ...
... the trees towards you and land on your hair and in your hands. It was a really clear night though and an almost full moon so the fireflies weren't as bright and brilliant as they could have been but still really neat!
You always hear that the local bus/van drivers in Asia and Central and South America drive crazy and it freaks certain travelers out but for whatever reason, it's never scared me or phased me in the slightest. We met a Danish guy ...