Hotel Grand Crystal Kedah
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... but the largely Chinese community made for an interesting night. Every single eatery apart from KFC was Chinese and everything was written in Chinese. We struck up a conversation with a squiffy elderly man slurping on his 5th Guinness, who kindly advised us of what to eat. I think it was a sort of chicken porridge dish with glutinous rice and vegetables and chillies served in a broth. I asked about 5 times for the name of the dish but the language barrier was too ...
... small pony tail offered to walk with me a block or two till the tower was visible again. Now I knew where I was I followed my map to the nearby Thai Buddhist Temple.
The main hall was locked but I was able to walk around the grounds and see the other buildings. I was rushing as it was ...
... happening in two days from the day we were leaving Koh Phi Phi. What would happen after that, neither her nor me wanted to talk about just yet… After all, the greatness of our adventures together was based on exactly that fact… Live our life like there is no tomorrow… Sooner or later though, tomorrow always comes.
Now, to get to KL on time for the festival was going to be an adventure beyond anything I could have imagined! We took the ferry ...
... in which we could camp for the night. Nevertheless, we found out that the whole north part of the Malaysian west coast is not really suitable for this idea, as it is taken by a huge number of fish farms that go all along of it.
Darkness came, and we were still riding blindly trying to follow the sea, not knowing yet where to pass the night away. Finally, we ended up so far north, that we decided we rather just make the rest of the way right away ...
... one picture on my camera. There is apparently a restaurant on the top of the tower called horizons, the tower is 540ft and is the second highest in the country. A British base jumper fell to her death from the top of it in 2010, it's used for this Alot! The whole area at the base of the tower was covered in Malaysian flags so thought it appropriate to pose for a pic with one, Miss Malaysia eat your heart out :) Early night and get ready to take 2 flights to get to Phuket ...