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... of kids so
we kept away from the pool and thankfully, apart from 1 night, it wasn’t that
We came out on
Saturday a real experience as it was the sea lift, no strops or taking teh back
stay off so easy just drive up & your on.
They do all the rest by remote!!!
Once we were all settled Joes
boys started on cleaning the antifoul off the hull, very slow but a hard job
... brigade were called, 5 firemen rocked up and, I kid you not, they all went bowling in there thinking 'this is an easy call out' and then all hurriedly took a step back when they saw the thing! Hilarious. Took them a good half hour to discuss how they would deal with it and then capture it. Again, it was the biggest they'd ever seen. Funny. And no, I did not stand on a table!! Obviously had to partake in a water-sport activity and jet skiing ...
... the watersports and souvenir tee-shirts being flogged, the developments were relatively low key. A preserved landscape (ignoring the rubbish of course) combined with the local history, immediately made this island feel different. It felt like it was an island that could bear its soul without being glitzy like Langkawi. It gave a different perspective to Malaysia. Most of the beaches were clean(ish) and swimmable and the rest of them played host to the ...
... to the waiters that morning), we tagged along for a jungle walk to the other side of the island. The guide was a very intelligent marine biologist chap who used to be a Malaysian government advisor on environmental policy. So, he could tell us everything we possibly needed to know about the weird and wonderful plants of the jungle. We learnt what you can eat, what will kill you in the sum total of about 3 seconds, what will make your bowels run like Niagara ...
... down on the tin roof like a shower of ball bearings. It is the sort of rain that you could wash your hair in and does little to clear the 94% humidity.
We spend a day relaxing on the beach. After cooking myself for an hour or so in the glorious sunshine the sea beckons but it is not as refreshing as expected as it's so unbelievably hot! Can one be disappointed with sea water in the mid thirties?
There is a low tide once a month on the ...