Eagle Bay Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... Stay our of the water'...Park itself is nice but after doing one or two treks everything starts to look the same. Mulu. Sometimes ppl say 'I'm in the middle of nowhere' - in here this gets a new meaning. ATM? Ha ha ha- good one. There is no cash machine here- as we were told 'we don't have much here. You can buy a postcard but to send it- you need to go to the next town. It's 30 minutes away... on a plane'. There is one place you can pay with a credit card- the visitors center in ...
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.
After a very short boat ride we crossed the border from Thailand to Malaysia with ease. We decided to stop on this island called Langkwai as it was easy to get to and sounded nice. The beach was big and pretty but we're kinda over beaches after spending nearly ...
... didn't like the look of us because he started throwing fruit at us! Fortunately they were small and not coconuts so it didn't hurt, but he was sending a very definite and clear message. Go away. So of course we obliged leaving him to his breakfast. The really weird thing is that as we continued back to our room he was shadowing us, maybe to make sure we left, who knows? That was our final wildlife encounter for the day. Langkawi really is a special ...
... well with the help of our hands. But today, as we were playing in the sand, he suddenly stood up and made his first two or three steps toward us. He laughed and was himself surprised of what had just happened. And we? Were really proud!
Transfer to Thailand
We liked Langkawi so much that we would have loved to extend our stay for a few more days before flying to hot and wild Bangkok. Unfortunately we had already used up Gaby's visa to the very last day and ...