Hotel Asia Langkawi
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... of the others; sand, and sea. It was fun, sea was warm, sand was soft, but having experienced some AMAZING beaches on Koh Chang and Koh Samet, we have been a little spoilt and were not wowed by this one.
Boat trip under our belt, we headed for some chinese food, and a relaxing stroll along the beach, followed by sit on the balcony; and a beer,... ahhhhhh.
The next few days ensued without us leaving ...
... vacationing innovation from our dear friends, Scott & Donna Sylla.
The Sylla family should've been raking in royalty fees, because one by one - the swimmers at the lake started to turn their life vests upside-down!
After instilling some redneck values on the visitors to the Lake of the Pregnant Maiden, we hopped in the boat for two more stops of our island tour.
We stopped in a bay to feed some "eagles," which were arguably ...
... with our bags (hahahaha because we had sooooo many) and suggested we keep the doors to the deck shut and locked as monkeys had been known to get in a look for food. Yes you heard right....MONKEYS. Apparently they know how to open the sliding doors if they aren't locked! It feels like we are in the jungle. The three of us are hoping our luggage isn't too late in the morning because we need our Cossies as we are dying for a swim!!! Let us see what tomorrow will ...
... I wandered off on my own to walk the full length of the beach, which was quite long and the water was warm and shallow for some way out. It looked as though there were a number of bars and holiday accommodation on the edge of the beach but it really was empty in parts. It was lovely just strolling in the water looking out at neighbouring islands. On the way back I just happened to see a notice which stated 'Jellyfish. Do not enter the water'. Is ...
... mad taxi dash to the correct airport (hoping the taxi driver would do the right
thing about us as things started off badly with him and he looked scarey). But we made it, phew!
We spent our first night in basic traditional housing – a basic timber room on the second floor of a locals home. I thought it was great! Two camper beds with thin foam mattresses, mozzie nets,
a loud clunky ceiling fan, louvered doors with missing louvers on two sides of the walls and ...