Citin Hotel Langkawi
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We arrived at Ambong Ambong at. 12pm. The rooms are up in the rainforest so we asked the gardener to send the car down to collect us with all our bags as its a very steep slope up. The staff were so so friendly checking us in. We were given a mobile phone so we could called them whenever we needed anything. We had to wait one hour until our room was ready. Once ...
... 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 ...
... passports back. I ask in the office and they tell me on the boat. Okay.
We board the third long tail boat out to the pontoon and hope this boat is bigger than the last one as there are lots more people. This trip starts off by my getting soaked as the long tail starts up, and we begin to wonder if history will repeat itself. The sky is clear, but that was how we started out last time. To our surprise and delight we are on what we would call a normal ferry, with windows and ...
... a taxi on arrival and asked to go to Mila guesthouse 2 which ended up being pretty much in the middle of nowhere. It was at least a 45 minute walk along the side of a dusty road to get to the main beach front area. The hotel itself was nice but it has no reception. How can that be? It's just lots of rooms on their own in a big field basically. We spoke to a man who was cleaning one of the rooms and he said he would phone someone who could be here ...
... running her hands through the sand, had her finger savaged by a crab. We stumbled out, stunned by just how mean the sea was being to us. Both bleeding, we decided it was best to sunbathe for a bit, and then plonked ourselves in a beach cafe at lunchtime, and watched the world go by in its speedos.
In the afternoon, we went for a spot more sunbathing, adding to the riveting narrative of our Langkawi adventure. We didn't really "do" much here. ...