Chuan Full Hotel
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Today I visited a secret beach after a ride to another part of the island and 15 min hike through the jungle. Was super beautiful! Met a guy there living on the beach by himself (would not mind having my own paradise beach), and another person that somehow heard about the place. After the beach visit I had a good chinese dinner in (the very small) town close ...
... New Year against the backdrop of a miniature Great Wall of China. Some 200 turtles were also co-existing in what can be described as a tiny concrete cave, doing a good job of ruining at least my experience. Pulau Pangkor also offered some delicious food. This included Shinta's recommendation of kangkong (swamp cabbage with chilli and garlic) and Hainan noodles, sweet enough to have been influenced by Chinese cuisine but with more intricate ...
... for sale, but we weren't convinced that the bright-eyed specimens that you could select in front of the restaurant would be the same ones that turned up on your plate. So in the main we ate at a small Malay restaurant, stir fried noodles and local vegetables cooked in belachan (shrimp paste) and huge desserts of shaved ice with different coloured syrups.
We were very sad to leave Pulau Pangkor. Next stop: Penang.
... range of knots between her shoulder blades). After this, we headed back to the villas to have a relax (not that anything else that day had been exactly stressful...) and get ready for dinner. As Uncle Lim's was so good the previous night, we went back for round two. After dinner, we had a couple of drinks at the poolside bar and set the world to rights, as you do...
We had decided in advance that our last full day on the island would be Rach's ...
We left our NOT so Grand Thana hotel at 1:30am, ready to get the night train, as usual things didn't go to plan, an argument started about the buses to get us to the station, Polly had said she paid, they wanted more money, we got on the buses, then we got off, the manager of the hotel was called, they had to take us, but more would have to get on each bus (these are the Baht buses, used all over Thailand, but they don’t carry ...