Eagle Bay Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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... past the security scanners without a pause and into the free world. The whole thing took less than 10 minutes not counting waiting for the backpacks.
After walking out and finding the public transit stop, we only had to wait about 10 minutes for the first bus of the day to fill and depart for KL Sentral which is the main depot for the light rail subway. A relaxing McDonalds breakfast and a short subway trip and a 10 minute ...
Looking for a change of scenery and a local dive shop I move to the other main town on the Island. Touristy it is but now western touristy. You can tell this is where most Malays come for their holidays and shopping and the town is more so laid out this way. There is no beach and most of the area is geared to duty free shopping. With bus loads of Malaysians being transported between the three main shopping areas in search of the best deal.
... the beach was white and the water clear (and full of tourists...). Again, we rent a scooter for two days to explore the main island, which was much bigger than Penang. One day we went up to the north were we drove along the beach and went up the hill with a cable car. We also wanted to go to the waterfall, but apparently it was completely gone, as is was so dry since a long time. The other day we drove south were we took a small boat which took us to several ...
... to rain a lot! We took shelter in a little hut bar, and as the heavens opened, the sea looked even more appealing. As people were running to take cover, Nath and I stripped off and ran down the beach screaming, it was great. The sea was so warm and calm and it was raining so heavily that it made the sea water splash up into your face. We did get salty eyes (brined eyeballs) but we had a lot of fun, and I'm ticking that one off my bucket list. The next day, or was it the day after that, ...
... br> ploy we think as there was a cafe up top (they do however, let you
take bags up and we didn't see any checks so there may be the answer,
if only we had known; leaving our newly bought water at the bottom in
a cubby hole in the hope it's still there when we get back down –
it was phew!)
A quick bite to eat from a surprisingly
cheap food court at the cable car (should probably say the whole of
Langkawi is duty free!) and we got back in our car and ...