Yen Tin Midtown Hotel
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... animals being slaughtered; Cip was of the opinion that it was monkeys, but we were both corrected that it was in fact flying foxes that were fighting over branch space, or whatever it is that they do. We got a few snaps of them hanging in the trees like big seeds and then walked through a section of the resort with a through fair, to the beach on the other side.
We’d been advised to put liquid soap in our goggles as it apparently stopped ...
... in and are still blowing from the SE. The upshot is that we FINALLY got to put the sails up, and have now gone three transits in a row flying our beautiful blue spinnaker. It took us some courage and several tries to finally get the spinnaker flying. It is a paper thin but massive sail that is used in light airs up to about 15 knots. But the winds have to be almost directly from behind you (what’s called a ‘run’ in sailing terms) because the sail doesn’t ...
... br> The drive from Kuala Besut to Kuala Terengganu was an eye opener, we have traveled to lots of countries where rubbish is a problem, no one country is better than another and the situation always surprises you and makes you feel a bit sad. At the bus stop in Kuala Besut a young well dressed lad finished his drink and without even a thought threw it straight down on the path in front of him, Kuala Besut bearing in mind is the hub to one of the ...
A 58 km au sud de Kuala Terengganu, sur la route entre Marang et Rantau, s’étend Rantau Abang, cette grande plage réputée en tant que site d’observation de tortues. Vous pourrez y rencontrer quatre des sept grandes variétés de tortues marines :
Aryani Merang Beach
A seulement 40 minutes de l'aéroport de Kuala Terengganu, cet hôtel en bordure ...
... cane weaving, pandanus (a kind of wild plant) weaving and wood carving. As we crossed the long bridge into KT town, the Crystal Mosque sparkled in the bright sunlight in the distance on our right. The taxi dropped us off at the main bus station and we B- lined to the cool haven of McDonald's. After a steady diet of sea food, noodles and rice, a Big Mac never tasted so good.
We said goodbye to Giuliani and Julia then ...