Grand Continental Langkawi
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... Sea Monkey Jude' in particular was great as a wench, and Johno 'Drownin Billy Slasher' was the coolest pirate of all.
I went with Anita and the girls to get ready at a hotel in Cenang before making our entrance at 'Mangoes' where the wedding and reception would be held. We had fun getting organised and the girls both looked fantastic in their pirate outfits and Anita looked beautiful in a stunning yellow dress and lovely bouquet. Before we ...
... Chinese :) We boarded a high speed ferry to our next island Langkawi. Where we have another lovely room in a place that let's you help yourself to beers from fridge at only 3 ringgit which is 55p a tin..!! Which we drank about 15 between us last night..!!! We met more travelers who have been to a lot of place we have on our itinerary so got all the tips and place to go see.. Well that's a condensed version of the last week for you all Peace and love Mike & ...
... and cities but a lot of our day was eaten up by waiting for our flight. Our hotel, I say the term lightly as we have stayed in cheaper hostels and been more impressed, is located in a Geopark at the foot of the mountains. It is a superficial village that has a man made pond and shops that gives it a really weird kind of vide. There is also a penn with lots of bunny rabbits in and a huge cauldron looking thing right in the middle, I do not even want to imagine what ...
Whenever we mention Penang to any Malaysian they go all misty eyed and start to talk about the food. Malaysian food is extremely good indeed so this place must be pretty special for Malays to single it out as the place to go to eat and eat and eat. Oh joy we are looking forward to this place. But first we have to leave Langkawi.
The ferry isn't until 2.30 so we have plenty of time to breakfast and pack so we spend plenty of time wandering around not ...
... up, along with some big ones. Oh dear.
We haul ourselves up the hill and settle on the balcony hoping to see our monkey friends again, but unfortunately it wasn't to be. As the sun was setting however we did see what we think was a civet of some kind. He just appeared from nowhere climbing silently through the trees. He stopped to take a look at us, decided we weren't in the least bit interesting and went on his way. Another great dinner ends another great ...