Eagle Bay Hotel
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... rented a car and started our ‘rally prep’ provisioning and parts/spares. Although better prices are available in Langkawi than Phuket there are still many ‘rip-off’ locations like one place called ‘Multi-quip’, which charges around 400% markup and treats you like dirt. We bought a drill at a small hardware store just adjacent to Multi-quip then saw the same exact thing in Multi-quip for almost double the price. Add to that being treated ...
... only two more weeks until the rally begins on 3 April, and we have set aside a week for repairs, maintenance and provisioning before we set off on our Malaysian adventure.
Two full days so far and we are loving Ko Lanta! What an amazing part of the world with friendly people, quiet villages and a spectacular national park at the South end. We biked all over the island (in the 40 degree heat no less) and now have rented a scooter. Ginette did a great yoga class while ...
... us in his little dingy and bussed us over to his beautiful catamaran, the Rampant. There we were met by Bea who welcomed us aboard and handed out drinks whilst we waited for our other shipmates to arrive.
We were eventually joined by Paul & Tracey who had had a long dash from the other side of the island, and Gemma who was on her own, making a total of 5 of us - and all from England. Jody especially was relieved in some ways, as she ...
... that they did not take this into account when planning the return time - it would have been a predictable situation I think. Anyway we parked the car, left a note, phoned their number and then went to lunch. After lunch we walked back to the place and the guy was back. He apologised, gave us our deposit back and took possession of the keys. Easy as.
We walked back to our hotel and spent several hours in the room in the air conditioning to avoid the heat ...
Neil, Johno, John and I all went along to give Jeff a hand in the last preparation before we saw him and Johno off. After a slight problem with the engine once they were in, thankfully they managed away OK.
Here's wishing you luck Jeff, you'll be glad to get back in the water!