Hotel Asia Langkawi
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- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... cost $40/day with diesel fuel running at $0.67/litre here!
Formalities complete, we set off on a dead calm sea and negotiated our way out of the very shallow river (we had to leave at high tide to have sufficient keel clearance – our friends ran aground 3 times on the way into the marina in their keelboat!) to the open sea. This would be our first night passage and we were both a bit nervous but also excited by the challenge. As we left the harbor basin, the Thai ...
... folded, fried and served with a curry sauce. My goodness, food of the gods!! For £1.10 we had these sometimes for breakfast, dinner and tea! We also had some lovely fish, not as cheap as the rest of Asia but still as delicious. Kuah, the capital had some amazing Hawker centres where the food, like in Penang was top notch. We also visited the night market and had some tasty treats from there, 2 types of fried chicken, papaya salad and 'Char Koay Teow' a noodle dish. ...
... local herbs and sea cucumbers (little ocean slug things) and they were said to have hundreds of benefits (reduce cough, worms, pot belly, dizziness, relieve pain or bleeding, stop sneezing, improve urination, strengthen womb, wind, hemorrhoids, trim off body fat etc.) next door was a little tourist shop that was super cheap with t-shirts for dad and key rings for mum and I.
Continuing down the road we passed another magic cure shop that ...
... back before then and we didn't fancy waiting for two hours in a queue. It did look great but we did a cable car in China so don't feel we have missed out. The road all the way round the island was great. We saw monkeys beside the road the whole way round. On the way back we stopped off for fuel at Perdana Quays. There is where all the posh boats where parked. We also walked to Kok beach which is a ...
We woke up early to have breakfast and to head out for a scooter or car. Reception recommended a scooter place around the car but they had no automatics, so we started walking towards the ferry port shops to see if we could catch a lucky deal there and so we did... ha ha.
We came across a shop, we tried some scooters but quickly decided that they where not suitable for one person never mind two so picked our lovely lupa car.