Marina Cove Sherwood Resort Lumut
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Travel Blogs from Lumut
... know myself, "do you know where to get the ferry?" Together we got on board with all the locals, it's strange as since I've been in Malaysia I've not seen that many travelers or westerners, not compared to Thailand anyway. The boat took about 30 mins by ferry, 10 ringgit (1 pound 83)... We walked by all the taxi guys into town, but where are all the guest houses, and the beaches? Pretty soon we learnt they lay another 18km away, no wonder the taxi guys knew they had it made! ...
... maybe 500m from the beach. the water was really nice but there wasnt much on the island apart from a couple of dudes sleeping under a coconut tree. after a snooze on the beach I wandered back and stumbled upon a group of guys I had met a few days a ago back in Melakka which as Kerie said its a "small Malaysia". Had dinner and played cards with them all into the night. This is a super relaxed ...
... over me face at one stage, sniffed some smelly oil, listened to her crack just about every joint in my body.... thought she was trying to make a bit of a rythm at one stage, and a spicy ginger hot tea to finish it off. Wow! Only one thing could of made it better...but I'm not allowed to get them anymore ;)
And guess what...its Happy Hour time... which funny enough just so happens to be my favourite hour of the day...seeya later ...
... of where to go, plus I just followed to Americans and some girl just followed us. Turns out, I didn't look at the card well enough. I had though I must have passed my road, only to be at least half way there. Asking a kid got me in the wrong direction, but asking a parking cop, I found my way. The first place I entered was uber nice. A heritage building, as all of Georgetown is, with modern rooms inside. Simple rooms. Bed. Table. Shared bathroom. And it was in the price ...
... we made it onto the 7.30pm ferry it was an easy ride and we arrived in Pangkor just after 8pm.
The taxis on Pangkor are all pink minivans and they charge 12 ringets from the jetty to Nipah Bay where most of the guesthouses are regardless of how many people there were although the drivers tend to try and get you in on your own I guess so they can make more journeys and more money.
Pangkor Island is crazy we weren't sure about it at first as its a ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking