Grand Continental Langkawi
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... civil engineer working on a project in Kuah Town. Black people are not common in Kuah Town, so it was not that hard for him to spot us and rightfully conclude that we were Africans. We exchanged pleasantries and Omar offered to show us around town on his day off. True to his word, a few days later he showed up at our hotel and took us on a foot tour around Kuah Town. The town turned out to be a little bit bigger than what we had initially thought. An old town, with a ...
... almost like a third rate theme park at the bottom of the cable car complete with shops selling touristy souvenirs and a little brown lake about 20 metres across that you can hire aqua bikes to paddle around on - no views or natural wonders required. As is the case in much of Asia, using a public toilet comes at a cost. The one here cost 30 sen to use - quite minimal at about 11 Aussie cents (mind you if you want toilet paper you have to pay ...
We had an amazing nights sleep in our comfortable bed and and cold room, no alarm needed today. We had breakfast, put on our cream, and headed down to the beach. We stayed at the beach all afternoon soaking in the sun. Eiry wasn't feeling very well so we headed back to the room and chilled in the hammock. It also gave us an opportunity to wash our clothes. This had taken up most of the afternoon. Eiry started feeling a bit better so ...
... clear water lake, the sun was shining, we were jumping in the lake and having good times.
Onto the next island called 'Beras Basah Island'. A tropical paradise, also welcomed by monkeys, rope swings, lush trees and white sand. We enjoyed sunbathing and pebble throwing for a few hours before heading back to the ship to perform a show for the passengers. Certainly one of the most beautiful places I've ever seen.
... them to make them more self sufficient, which I liked as not many tour operators are environmentally concerned, only financially. After that extravaganza, we had lunch and then headed to a beach. We were wearing our cozzies underneath our clothes, and the beach was secluded and looking like it should be on a postcard. Nath and I were the only swimmers (and I use the term swimmer loosely when it comes to me!) so we had a splash about while the others stood on the beach. There was a little ...