Grand Continental Langkawi
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I was lucky enough to have my work conference in Langkawi this year.
After our overnight flight, we got to Langkawi after a stopover in KL. How beautiful it was flying
over the islands and the water!! I got out and got hit by that beautiful wall of humidity...the wet dirt smell, the feeling on your skin, oooooooh....I love the tropics!!
The conference was great – we worked ...
... it! Back at Senari I had a swim - and then a cold shower cos the ocean is so warm it doesn't really cool you down much. I read my book in the shade for a bit and soon it was time for my first yoga class with Marc and Meng Foong. There are just two of us here at the moment- me and Niamh from Ireland. The classes are a mix of yoga, meditation and philosophy. Big emphasis on letting ...
... lobby) and enjoyed the best paneer butter masala we've ever had!! Paaneer being cubed cottage cheese (really tasy! worth a shot). An evening stroll to work off the paneer and to walk off the numbness helped us stumble upon a cool bar on the beach;
A fantsatic place to enjoy mojitos and watch the tide sway back and forth in the moonlight (how romantic am I?)
Back to the breakfast bar for omelette (we ...
... one. Really really nice people.
Enter Stage Left: Mamo - the artist. From Penang, Malaysia
Mamo referred to my father as: Jef, Big Daddy.
Mamo asked if we were brother and sister - or worse - dating. My dad laughed, I almost puked.
Mamo was our waiter for our last night in Langkawi. He was an awful waiter. Terrible.
Apparently, he was helping out his friend who owned the restaurant. (We later learned, it was a friend's friend's ...
After my close encounters yesterday morning followed by a total failure to spot any more monkeys today we have a plan. We think the sun rises before 7 am, so I set the alarm for 6 working under the assumption that all the monkeys will be wide awake, looking for breakfast and might decide to pop in and say hello. The alarm goes off and it is so dark only the bats are about so I snooze for 30 minutes, only me because Martin is fast asleep, he didn't ...