Hotel Helang 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 ...
... s challenge! Our destination was Seven Wells waterfall, however on the way we stopped off to admire the views at Telaga harbour. The water was still and blue and you could see the little islands dotted in the distance, a majestic view to take in and a well needed break for Lucy's legs! Back on our way we saw signs for an Oriental village so thought we'd take a closer look. Here we found a hidden away village with all sorts of activities and shops set in ...
... inside the plant offering its protection in exchange. If you tap or shake the plant you can actually hear an 'ant alarm' is going off- the hissing-like sound made by them dropping on their belly which lets soldier ants know that the plant is under attack. In Mulu we've seen 4 show caves with Deer cave being the most impressive one. The cave is a home to over 3 million bats which every evening form spiral formation and fly out for dinner. The spiral is form to confuse predators ...
... the island we shared a taxi with a Scottish girl and headed to a hostel she had mentioned. When they didn't have enough room for us all, we went our separate ways and found another place around the corner. Maybe we will see her around. The place was okay, not very private! Our door was a curtain that wafted open as a result of a ginormous fan that operated above my head! Could be a little bit dangerous! There's not much to do in Langkawi really, not with as little time as we had, so we ...
... media. It’s all very reassuring.
So Kier, Rana and I get in the cage. Amber’s ophidiophobia causes her to remain outside, get very agitated and chastise The Kid for leaping around and looking too much like a gazelle. Her condition was not improved when the owner - who sensing the kids undiluted enthusiasm for his place is now giving us a personal tour - motions for us to stand around a small stage, where three boxes sit. The one in the centre has ...