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... the ego. We start at 6.30am, relax for the afternoon and then more at 5pm. We have a simple wooden studio. As you lie in shavasana you feel a breeze flow through and hear the insects outside. It's nice. Afterwards we have a beautiful bruch or vegetarian dinner together. www.yoganowmalaysia.com Right now I'm eating the sweetest mango. I have a feeling that 6 days here won't be quite ...
... was laid out together with some refreshments. It was fun sitting chatting and some of the characters are hilarious. By late afternoon we were ready to cruise back to the marina but not before I managed to get a quick shot of everyone on the front of the boat which turned out great. The anchor was lifted again although it was a bit of a haul as it was more stuck in the mud but the boys worked away at it.
So after a lovely day we cruised past islands on the ...
... title of this island is the jewel of Kedah, it is quite beautiful. With the mountains covered in unspoiled forest, mangroves and sandy beaches with clear water it is a treasure indeed. We get to the main jetty and pop in to the local tourist information centre and we check where we buy our ferry tickets and ask her what there is to see in Kuah, at which point she starts showing us island hopping tours. Hmmm maybe our driver was right after all ;). Armed with ...
... doing a bit of island hopping round Malaysia before going to the F1 which is very holiday like I think. It's a bitter sweat situation, it's super lovely here, but it signals the beginning of the end. Also, if anyone mentions that we have a month left- I will cut you x Thought of the day- at our hostel restaurant I ordered a bowl of TomYam soup, which is a spicy Thai soup that we made on our cooking course in Chang Mai. It smelt delicious, so I took a big spoonful of it, and it was ...
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a bus to take us to the Nine Emperor God's temple which was cool and
full of little gold Bhuddas but getting back was even
harder...waiting for the bus under a tree, as the previous bus man
had told us to do so, a Chinese guy approached us and asked if we
needed any help. We explained and he said to go further up the rod
where the bus stop actually is and we thanked him and moved on,
rejecting his first offer of him giving us a lift as he had 'free