Citin Hotel Langkawi
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... the conditions established by the Third Law. Should these conditions not materialize, the winds and currents shall at all times work at cross purposes to create such uncomfortable wave forms as to make the S/V Small Cat Fun move in at least 3 directions simultaneously. Should the heat or wind and wave conditions not materialize in accordance with these laws, it shall rain, making the opening of hatches impractical. Concurrently, the generator shall fail making A/C ...
... The halls were dedicated to different types of craft; crystal, glass, silk, wedding traditions and dresses, traditional farming methods that seem like something out of the 1800's but we're only replaced with modern equipment in the late 1980's! There were also lots of little stalls selling arts and crafts (including the name-on-rice that we got in Hong Kong) but they were severely overpriced, which is probably why we were basically the only visitors the whole way through.
... the complementary xmas even cocktail party. It started at 5.30 and we got there at 7. Everyone was a lot older than us and sat round the outside of the room. The cocktails were free all night and the food was great. Noel had about 20 chicken satay sticks. We spoke to a few people who lived here who said they have never seen weather like this in December before. They said the rain is worse than raining season!! Everyone left at 8pm to bed. Me and Noel were left and ...
... room while they worked it out we decided even though the rain had started we should venture out to the Oriental Village for lunch. We caught a taxi (turns out is literally a couple minute walk - will be doing that tomorrow!) and headed in. The oriental village is where you catch the cable car up to the sky bridge. Due to the rain we decided we would leave that until tomorrow to get the most out of it. Onto lunch. Well quite possibly the ...
... as big as a backpack that would swim up right behind you.
The water was so warm. I kept yelling at my Dad cause I thought he was peeing in the pool, but I guess I'll blame the temps on the constant sunshine (or the little kids swimming near by).
In between bouts of fish viewing, my Dad and I would just float, soaking in the scene. Green forests behind us, nothing but turquoise sea out ahead - and not a cloud in the sky above.