The Lanai Langkawi Beach Resort
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The resort is at the end of a lovely beach where the sunsets are stunning.
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... had fun and I'm glad we got to catch some of that vibe. I also like the idea of leaving Malaysia with a bang. During our time here I concluded the following: Life is like sliding down a long rainbow - wind in your hair, hands in the air, screaming at the top of your voice. It doesn't matter if the treasure chest you land on is made from a cactus or a cushion, either way you know it was one hell of a colourful ride. So, always make sure that your seatbelt is fastened, breathe and enjoy the entire ...
... the King Cobra will rear up to a third of it’s body length - and as they get up to 18 feet long it would actually be looking down on us - and possesses a venom which can kill adult elephants.
Two Reticulated Pythons are coiled within a cage that is the centrepiece of the farm. Eight and six meters long, the sunlight arcs off their scales as if through a prism and streaks of rainbow run along their bodies. These animals possess a mesmeric beauty, in ...
... turnoff to the first falls when it started to rain like a tropical downpour, well, exactly like a tropical downpour. We stripped off to our swimmng gear and carried on to an impressive waterfall with huge rocks at the bottom which the water ran over and through, which the locals were sliding (somewhat suicidally) down.
We found some more sedate slides and spent some ...
... the blue reef aquarium down at tynemouth was maybe 3 times better. Anyway, life does infact go on, and after 45 minutes (mostly in the duty free gift shop), we headed back to the trusty bar for some farewell drinks with compadres we had met along the way.
Just as a side point, I despise Americans. The most irritating people I have ever come across, yes I know it is a poor generalisation of a huge population, however, certainly ...
I asked them about their studies, the island, their jobs, and at what age they started driving a motorbike (correct answer is 13).They asked me questions about my school, my travels, how to drive a car, and if I was married. A marriage proposal quickly followed my response to that question, I just told them they should ask my Dad first.
Along with the entire staff, they always had a smile. Not the "please tip me you *******" kind, but ...