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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... took us back in the car up a mother steep slope to the top. Our room was better than it looked in the pictures. I think it is nearly as big as our house. A huge balcony with wooden bath tub and kitchen. Then a huge bedroom with four poster bed, leading onto the bath room with shower and his and hers sink. It was great :-). As it was raining so hard we stayed ...
... empty. A smattering of whiteys and no muslims to be seen anywhere. It stays like this all day and it's great, then at about 5pm, suddenly the beaches would be filled with a thousand muslim families all in the water, on the jet skis and everyone else armed with cameras waiting for the sunsets. We know they were muslim families as all the women go in the water fully clothed and most have their heads covered too. Apparently they don't like being out in the heat of the ...
... over the years and is a personal friend of Bono from U2! Wow, a character indeed and however elaborate his stories he was a fun guy to spend the evening with and he even threw in a free meal, so a generous character too!
It turned out that whenever we would tell Irwan of the locals we had met, like Aman, Smiler and Gee that he knew them all too! It was like they were all part of a local mafia that we had now become accepted ...
... s bag but was firmly batted away.
As we continued on, the river opened up to a wide expanse. All of a sudden our boat, along with several others, stopped moving. A school of dolphins had been spotted making their way up the river! These were pink dolphins, so called due to the pink colour of their noses, and even though they didn't jump out the water or swim near the the boats, it was a beautiful sight to behold. Apparently, dolphins tend to only be seen ...
... but really not our style unfortunately.
We decided to head back to the Oriental Village (literally a couple minutes walk from Berjaya) for lunch and to check out the cable car. We have decided to do the cable car in the morning as it's not supposed to rain so should get better views. Lunch at the Oriental Cafe, which glad to report was much better than the last experience in the food court ...