Hotel Helang Langkawi
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- Swimming pool
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... empty and damn hot!
Bats in the bat cave.
Bats hang upside down because if their wings are so heavy if they ...
... to explore the island in a completely different way - we hired a car for the day and went beach hopping all the way around. Armed with a map, we filled up the car and headed in a northerly direction. It was a leisurely drive as we took in the different shades of greenery that surrounded the road as we twisted and turned passing simple dwellings, small shops, cattle and monkeys. We discovered Tanjung Rhu beach in the north -definitely one of the best beaches I have ever ...
... the day and partied at night. We even did a raft-making-and-racing team building activity, which was fun‼ I loved seeing these peeps again, and meeting the new faces.
It was lovely to swim and swim as often as possible – in a pool with both a swim-up pool bar and a cave and waterfall. Then there was the beach...a beautiful sandy beach with nice salty and semi calm water.
... The forest was quiet and really beautiful; trees/plants parasitizing each other or perfectly in symbiosis and we saw several insects and birds. I repeatedly wished that I remembered more from my first year university (biology, but I was more interested in the brain...). The hiking tour on the first day ended 5K away from the village we were staying so we hitchhiked the way back, and someone in a pick-up truck was kind to bring us home. The track on the next day ...
... them to make them more self sufficient, which I liked as not many tour operators are environmentally concerned, only financially. After that extravaganza, we had lunch and then headed to a beach. We were wearing our cozzies underneath our clothes, and the beach was secluded and looking like it should be on a postcard. Nath and I were the only swimmers (and I use the term swimmer loosely when it comes to me!) so we had a splash about while the others stood on the beach. There was a little ...