Cherating Eastana Beach Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... steamed in banana leaves, chickens' feet and cakes. All the villagers and the people in the surrounding area came, dressed in their best clothes, and everybody was very keen to encourage us to eat as much as we could. "Have you tried this?" "Have you tried this?"
We were really sad to leave Cherating as it is such a relaxed and friendly place, and we will definitely come back to explore more of eastern Malaysia next time we come.
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... lighting. As we walked down, we heard voices from a distance. There were two men seated on a slab of stone and they were the priests of the temple. As we approached them nearer, they asked us why didn't we pay the caretaker (thug looking man) RM2 to turn on the lights. We told them that we bumped into him but he didn't mention a word about turning on the lights. Sheelan was irritated with the ignorance of the caretaker…that man has some attitude. I ...
I feel this must be because of the monsoon season.However, the visit was good. Due to the change of landscape, I had more things to photograph and not replicate the previous shots of this place.
After a ...
On the list of things I knew I wanted to accomplish on this journey was to attend a meditation retreat. It was not until I met Regina the Brazilian UN negotiator that I met in Selcuk, Turkey that I had inkling as to which program I would pursue. She nonchalantly introduced me to Dhamma.org which teaches Vipassna meditation. She insisted that I read the Code of Discipline and the Art of Living to learn more about the program and if it is the right one for me.
... on the sand and go for a swim.
One of the attractions of the town is the fireflies which gather on the riverside on the Sungai Charating, so we took a boat trip one evening and headed out into the darkness. The guides on the boat lured the fireflies out of the trees with red torches so that we could let them land on our hands although it was just as impressive to see them in the trees which looked like they ...