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As simple as simple goes Matahari Chalet was to simple. It was back to basics and then some. Like Brtiney Spears 'Hit me baby one more time' basics. My first night of real sleep taught me one VIP golden rule: AIR CON IS ESSENTIAL. Avoid sleepless nights and waking in up sweat pools by opting for AC.
There were limited places to stay on Pulau Perhentian Kecil but Panorama Chalet Resort was ...
... me to Kannika's (another cousin) house who was able to adjust a sari to fit me. Being both an unconventional size and larger framed than most Malay women I was worried wearing a sari would remain on my bucket list. After about the tenth attempt at fitting me in a top, we found a cream one, which with a few safety pins covered most of me but was not pretty. It was my only option and Kannika assured me that the sari would cover the top once fitted. ...
... meal and went back to the hostel to eat it! McDonals is rare in my diet but sometimes its okay to have it! Later in the night, a guy arrived in my and I think he was quite tired and confused as he tried to climb into my bed! Haha!!! He was quite embarrassed the next morning! I was a little shocked at my bunk bed did have my towel covering it which usually means its taken! Oh well, it was funny to see his face in the morning.
I left Kuala Lumpur for Kota Bahur on the east ...
... You know how, when a great day is over, you regret returning to where you left from? Well, it is not this way for me today. I will return to the charming little village on the river bank, which is just as amazing, with it's floating restraurants and sandy beach, as the rainforest jungle adventure was today!
I wish you could have been here with me today as I wandered through this 130 million year old rainforest in Malaysia.
Next: "Death In The Jungle"
... the training process to join the Malay police - Malaysia's second plod training centre is on the island. On my tour we stopped at the Langkawi Cable Car, which was phenomenal.
The base station is set in a small Disney-esque village (read touri$t trap), but even this doesn't detract from the experience as it is a fairly quaint, pretty place and the vendors aren't pushy. The queue was pretty long, but one of the benefits of going on your ...