Grand Continental Langkawi
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... included Ginette’s much anticipated inflatable kayak, a new solar charge controller, various parts and spares, our new satellite phone, EPIRB, and the kit to hook up the sounder in the dinghy. We then fuelled up, got water and took care of the formalities in Telaga before anchoring in the shallow bay amongst a wide range of boats.
We are getting more confident with our anchoring and we snuck in between several boats and anchored in just 3m of water. The next ...
... path. In any event, the bad news was that the fish had been dragged a considerable distance ‘backwards’ through the warm water and the fight had lasted much longer than it should have. Thus, the fish was very tired and although still ‘breathing’ OK had very little energy left. This made landing the fish that much easier. I put the rod in the holder and Ginette did some filming as I tailed the fish and pulled the hook out with the pliers. Then a quick snap with ...
... journey like us. It has been a great place to just kick back and reflect on how beautiful our planet is .This trip has given me the time to really reflect on life and how amazing our world is. I would like to share some of my thoughts with all of you, so when you find some time, please read my reflections.
Elaine and I are feeling so lucky to be able to do what we are doing. A day doesn't pass by without us thanking a higher being for giving ...
... despite being well-signed throughout the island. Dad figured that it wouldn't even have black sand so we gave up and began searching for another beach instead. (Note, the beach did turn out to have black sand, according to Google Images). The beach we did find was gorgeous in its own right, perfectly white fine sand, warm water which was emerald green in colour. We didn't stay long as there wasn't any shade and the water became instantly deep, just a few steps from shore. ...
... make the most of what we can get! We had tea at a local street cafe and went to the beach to check out the bars. Considering Langkawi is considerably cheap for beer there didn't seem to be a lot going on. We lay on the beach and had a drink before going back to pack for the next day. Today we woke up at 7:10am, which was perfect considering our ferry was at 6:30am! Oops! Unfortunately my phone was set to DND, and with that comes a useless alarm clock. The next ferry wasn't until 1:30pm ...