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November 30th - December 12th 2014 Malaysian Peninsular Langkawi Atmosphere - 3 Heritage - 2 Expense - 3 Entertainment - 4 Accessibility - 3 Overall - 3 Comments - A really nice island on the border of Thailand, is clearly set up for tourists and has some beautiful sights and breathtaking scenery. With such a large island to explore there will be plenty we didn't do that would bump people's opinions up we have no doubt. Penang ...
... needed to wash over us in order to forget our woes. Still in the grips of our post-hike complaints, some Western food was the decided remedy. Looking like we'd all just stumbled off the orthopaedic ward, we somehow made our way down the strip to Little Italy. Despite some less than optimum service, the pizza was pretty close to the real thing and the pasta looked up to scratch ...
... the cottage so we could all go back and settle down without being drowned rats. I couldn't wait to try all of Oat's creams again! Lennie gave me a sarong to sleep in and the four of us giggled like silly school kids as we laid side by side in our four beds! There was a leech in the shower but I kept an eye on him as I washed and I also checked the bed a few times for bugs too before getting in. What a storm we had, thunder and lightening and terrifically heavy ...
... a drink (or two to celebrate
Roy’s birthday; Cheers Roy Happy Birthday).
We had booked Balcony Dining this evening so when we arrived back in the room the Balcony had been set with table and chairs and the food arrived at 2015. The Dining Host lit the candles and served the Tom Yum soup. John had opted for a main course of Nasi Goreng
and I had Mee Goreng Mamak. We then had a fresh fruit platter. Mr John had sorted the music and someone ...
... undertaking, overtaking whilst
going through roadworks and then having to stop using foot and handbrake
(still not sure how we stopped). Amazing we arrived back in one piece!
We freshened up and made it into the Club Lounge for 1700; Tiger was calling.
A fantastic day.
Must tell you when we went out last night we found a stall selling Durian fruit (over here it is known as the King of fruits). I had resigned myself to the fact that I ...