Kampung Tok Senik Resort Langkawi
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... it was good to have a banter at each island stop. Next island was called Eagle Island and we stayed in the water there watching all the different birds of prey circle around the boats and dip and dive into the water hunting their prey. On route to the final stop we had a real treat, a pod of dolphins! There must have been at least 5 and they were just beautiful to see in their natural environment. The final stop was a picture-perfect ...
... one reason - we were meant to be experiencing new cultures, trying non-descript street food hoping it doesn't contain intestines. Except we just weren't sure what exactly Malaysian culture and food, is. The city consists of Chinatown, Little India and brightly lit shopping malls. Which part represented Malaysia? We found ourselves later that evening drinking a Mojito at a Middle Eastern cafe, chatting to a Bangladeshi waiter while the table next to us enjoyed nasi and a shisha pipe. ...
... we have a quick beer and a catch up before heading into town for a room.
This ended up an interesting night at the Nga Goya Hotel and nearby lady boy bars... ha ha the 'girls' were all over Drew who was absolutely loving it (I think he was really keen) although I can't say the same for Tommy... We pretty much had an allnighter out on the town and checked into the hotel around 6am for ...
... cost $40/day with diesel fuel running at $0.67/litre here!
Formalities complete, we set off on a dead calm sea and negotiated our way out of the very shallow river (we had to leave at high tide to have sufficient keel clearance – our friends ran aground 3 times on the way into the marina in their keelboat!) to the open sea. This would be our first night passage and we were both a bit nervous but also excited by the challenge. As we left the harbor basin, the Thai ...
... opportunity to hire a JetSki, allowing us to cause some noise disturbance to those trying to enjoy the tropical paradise. I was first to take the wheel, and felt pretty impressed with my thrill-seeking effort as I briefly managed a top speed of 46mph (79km/h). I mentioned this to James as we changed places on the JetSki, to which he replied, "I think I'm probably just going to go full throttle the whole time, so let me know if you need me to slow down". ...