Lang Sari Resort
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... lanes, with the many snorkel boats hounding him from above. He didn't seem to mind, but it did feel a bit uncomfortable. He stayed to the bottom of the sea, and was well camouflaged in shades of grey and brown - not the chilled out Aussie turtles from Finding Nemo that I was expecting! One of the posh dive resorts had an outdoor cinema screen, so one night we sat and watched Pitch Perfect 2 whilst watching the sun set over the ocean - very ...
... it and it was only at night. We had to sleep with mosquito nets.
This was our last stop in Malaysia. It was a nice country to visit. The people are friendly. The beaches are beautiful and whats left of the forest are really nice. They do need to protect their remaining rainforests. There are too many people interested in Palm Oil planatations. Our next and last stop in Asia will be the region around Bali, ...
... panning out so went to get some lunch before preparing for our dives. T3 dive site was located about half an hour away by small speed boat. Beth had already gone off to Turtlebay Divers for her refresher. So we, along with our dive guide 'Chantal' got all of our gear sorted on dry land before putting everything on, trundling clumsily across the beach, to climb aboard the small speed boat - a new experience for us, as we were all used to a bigger boat and getting prepared whilst on ...
... thanked him except the other young woman. She carried on whining at us that we had to pay for their second journey. After 5 minutes of her continued whining, I then stepped in. The situation then reached a head, we were all exhausted and could not deal with her: she had the kind of voice that made people want to hang themselves. She had gotten her money back, she now needed to be quiet. They then muttered about us in German, which I understood, much to their dismay they ...
... complimented by some decent snorkeling areas. Consumed by the beach, we spent most our time soaking up the sun and feasting on the local cuisine, a lethal combination which makes SE Asia so addictive.
After rinsing the sun for all it was worth it was time to leave.....we stayed one more night back on the Malaysian mainland and made our way back to the airport for our final flight back to the motherland.