Marina Cove Resort
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... of kids so
we kept away from the pool and thankfully, apart from 1 night, it wasn’t that
We came out on
Saturday a real experience as it was the sea lift, no strops or taking teh back
stay off so easy just drive up & your on.
They do all the rest by remote!!!
Once we were all settled Joes
boys started on cleaning the antifoul off the hull, very slow but a hard job
... ticket and hadn't decided where we would go afterwards. The news sent the adrenalin gushing through my body and I immediately felt my eyes pop out of their sockets and the blood pressure rising as my chest battled to contain my heart, which was now pounding at 180 beats per minute. We went from chilled to super stressed in a matter of seconds. That was a feeling I had last experienced in the corporate world - those last few hours of pushing a major deadline. It had ...
... asked by the bartender to serve the blokes their drinks. Lucky and I were fascinated as we theorized on what we saw. It looked like they were two "working girls"; well that is what our theory was anyway. As we walked home after dinner we were a little depressed that we had a whole day to spend in this place.
The next morning breakfast was ordinary. There was nothing spectacular apart from the cold baked beans. The fruits looked lifeless and colourless, but we managed ...
... fantastic day of weather, blue sky and red hot sun, Pangkor was proving to be very consistent.
The bank holiday had now ended and we were practically first onto the beach, it was now so much quieter than the previous few days, it was lovely. Later in the day we went for dinner and Chris finally tried Annabelle's favourite dinner, the Nayonya style prawns and he agreed that they were ...
... station either so our only option was to get an express bus to Ipoh and then take a local bus to Lumut. The journey to Ipoh only took an hour or so but we then had to walk to the local bus station which was luckily only over the road but unluckily only had a bus to Lumut at 1pm, which meant an almost two hour wait. There was a small restaurant so we had something to eat whilst waiting for the bus. We eventually boarded the bus along with our backpack as ...