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... hotel we got a quick photo with 'Marilyn' before jumping in a taxi out to the reception. All the other guests met at the yacht club bar and were coached out to the reception so no-one would be driving and could relax and have a fun night.
Seeing all the pirates and wenches waiting for us was fab and I'm pleased that everyone made the effort and joined in the theme of the wedding, they really are a great crowd, I never ever thought I'd be ...
... for. The only benefits being that we are close to George's parents and that we are located right next to the cable cars that take you to the top of mountain. We spent the evening at the most incredible Thai restaurant which was upholstered on a promenade, that looked out to the sea with a backdrop of the mountains. Lanterns adorned the wooden structure and we sat and watched the sun set whilst eating our meals of Pad Thai, Green and Red curries. Langkawi is 20 miles away ...
... Then we hear a crash, swiftly followed by several more and then it sounds as if someone is throwing stones on to our tin roof. You guessed it, our friends are back to say so long, and this time they brought their friends. This time there was a mother with a much younger baby which was a reddish colour and absolutely way up there on the cute as anything ometer. They weren't playing so much today but eating the fruit on the tree just beside our room. We had ...
... After a short queue, you can grab another cable car and ride up another wire cable which doesn't rise too sharply, though the initial jolt of the car leaving the second station can feel quite unnerving. As the car settles to a decent speed after the brief spurt from the station, passengers will be treated to an even higher view of the rainforest and hills below. The car here is at its coolest and in too short a time, you'll reach the final ...
... Tujuh bottom
pool, to hang with some locals. Penang was another great
island too, George town is a must as the national park and Kek
Lok Si temple. There is more to explore further south too
which we didn't get to do, but most things are just walking and
looking. Such a mix of cultures here from Malaysian to Indian to
Chinese as well as the obvious western influences when it comes to
the mall and some of the architecture of buildings. Very cool places
to visit for a few ...