Hotel Asia Langkawi
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- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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... a dough containing ghee (clarified butter), egg, flour, and water. The mixture is kneaded thoroughly, flattened, oiled, and folded repeatedly, before being coated with oil and cooked on a flat iron skillet (with more oil). The ideal roti is flat and fluffy on the inside, but crispy and flaky on the outside – a consistency achieved on a remarkably frequent ...
... for a 1L of gin it would be ruined not to stock up on the essentials. The last mall we found was a little sports city where the Adidas and Nike shop were. Unfortunately there wasn't any trainers apart from some which were quite expensive, we only were purchasing for a bargin so we didn't buy any in the end. On the way back to the hotel we called into little Mexican to have a quick bite to eat. Nachos and a beer very tradition, not! They were very good though. Near our hotel was ...
... it to have a grocery so we can buy some snacks, but it turned out to be a larger version of...7-11? No la. Hehe. But you get the picture. Waiting for our dinner. So famished. Ordered chilli prawns and grilled grouper. Watched 'Ted'. DVDs are available at the library. You can borrow them and take them to your room. This movie is crazy. Day two: Adventure awaits 0730: woke up to a beautiful sunny morning. Thankfully the forecast was wrong. We are going ...
... is a very challenging way to sail because you have to be constantly aware of the possibility of an unanticipated gybe (whereby the main sail changes sides unexpectedly with tremendous force!). We put a preventer on the main and used the port sheet to keep the headsail full to maximize the wind effect and made a steady 7.5 knots across the strait to our destination. As we approached Ko Lipe, our intended anchorage, Ginette took the helm in preparation to come up to a port tack while ...
Six months have past since we left our home in Curitiba and embarked on this life changing journey. We have had so many amazing experiences which have change the way I see the world. We have just left camping on a small island called Koh Lipe, on a secluded beach in southern Thailand not far from the Malaysian border. We stumbled upon this beach while snorkeling along the coastline. There are only about six other people in "Paradise Camping". Some of them on a ...