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... a beach just up from our hotel. On an island where we are the only occupants. And one that doesn't do drugs.
Two hours later and I'm dragging Liza down to the sea to see what is becoming a spectacular electrical storm. The boats at anchor and a ferry moored out at sea are now being regularly lit up by sheet lightning. It's everywhere, to the left and the right, in front and behind us. But there's still no thunder or rain. It's eerie. ...
Lazy day today in Nipah, well sort of, kinda had to be, the owner of my guesthouse reckoned it was 39 degrees! yeah it's hot! Just walking down the street to go to the shop you end up soaking wet, eek! But naturally me being me I thought it a good idea to go trek through the jungle to try and find the next beach haha. You could only follow the rocks so far, and then it was either swim, and drown if you're me, or follow the jungle path round the headland. Someone had ...
... you amused as you relax on the beach.
Everything shuts up early as so few people here, we and a few tourists plus the monkeys are left to enjoy the beach by ourselves and they have great sunsets.
One of the locals popped out on his boat and came back with dinner a selection of Snapper and I think he said King Fish looked very tasty.
So Jo and I are spoilt for choice I dont know Decisions Decisions fish prawns squid what shall we have ?
... but when lifted out of the water, the structure soon fell apart into its individual little bean things. We don’t know what these creatures were (baby jelly fish, eggs, aliens), but I have decided since we discovered them, we get to name them. I named them Lego Fish, because just like Lego, the little things join together to make big things. I will try to publish my paper on our return to England, and then afterwards, I will graciously await my award and ...
... the mainland, it was also a very sad farewell to the Booths at the end of their chapter in our adventure as our taxi headed for the cool of the Cameron Highlands, whilst the Booths were bound for Kuala Lumpur airport and, ultimately, freezing England. Although sad to say goodbye, it was fantastic to see them and share some of our experiences. The couple of weeks together were fantastic, but Karen and Steve were very much missed during the Malaysian adventure.