Citin Hotel Langkawi
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... the way. We drove all the way to the Langkawi sky bridge which is a big bridge on top of one of the mountains that overlooks the island. We didn't realise though that it is only accessible by cable car and after seeing how steep the cable car was (and mainly how expensive it was) we decided not to go up. So we carried on to go see a waterfall in the jungle part of the island. We arrived parked our bikes and then proceeded to walk 10 minutes up a ridiculously steep ...
... watching eagles being fed from the tourist boats, and a bit of a slog back to the jetty for lunch.
Tired but fed we were ready to go home, but were encouraged to see the fish farm which consists of deep nets slung from the floating complex interspersed by wooden walkways.
We fed trevally, grouper, and best of all sting rays that slid out of the water to be petted and hand fed.
Easily the best day of the holiday so ...
... We drove through the hills for some beautiful views and checked some beaches. The beaches are not as pretty what I was used to in Thailand, as there's a lot of trash found everywhere and the water is polluted. In the hostel, we met a Irish/Scottish couple, and with the four of us we took the ferry to Langkawi. Langkawi is meant to be one of the most beautiful places of Malaysia, consisting of 99 islands. And indeed, it was stunning. Although the village was full ...
... holiday here.
Food - We look at a few restaurants but there is not much within walking distance and that are a lot of Chinese restaurants. We do find a small shopping mall and a lovely middle Eastern restaurant on the top floor. We enjoy our own mezze of hummus, falafel, kebab, bread and tzatziki. It's very tasty indeed and just what we need. We decide to have a large, late lunch and we buy a couple of cakes for dinner. ...
... get their own lantern up. When the first barrage of fireworks set off, we knew it was close to midnight. And the fireworks just kept on coming, with more and more being set off by the minute. From the sides some other sites joined in on the fireworks and built up the noise curtain even further. Luckily, the wind was coming from land, so all the smoke blew away, since we couldn't see anything through the smoke billowing up. People were all wound up and there were wellwishings in every ...