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... the Thai side and no one spoke much English.
After staying in a hotel on the Thai side in a larger town 30km from the border, where I hoped to do some last minute and cheaper shopping, I got so tired of being looked at like a dirty infidel dog that I decided to cancel my shopping spree and just make it across. I always find a solution, one way or the other.
After getting stressed out by the Malaysian ...
... not be scantily clad, even on the beach, and topless sunbathing is strictly forbidden.
-The public display of intimacy between a man and a woman is frowned upon (not even hand holding is allowed).
-The sale of alcohol is forbidden in public places and in state-owned hotels.
Our friendly hostel guide has just steered me in the direction of some ...
... out to be all of two stalls but we got some bracelets for the souvenir bag. After this we headed to the mall and went to the supermarket to buy some food for our long 9 hour bus journey tomorrow and some razors as they are cheaper here than in Thailand.
We also saw the lovely land mark clock tower which appears to be the only thing to see here! That was about all we did today we stayed in the nice cool room in the afternoon and sorted out some more photos.
Sabina and ...
... bay in particular was fantastic, a long white sandy beach with turquoise waters and of course sharks...hence the name Shark Bay! Just before we were leaving we spotted a large gray shape in the water just of the rocks we were standing on and then another and another....there must have been about 10 sharks up to about 6 ft long in shallow water all attacking another shark and tearing it to pieces. It was quite a sight and we were glad we didn't have to go back in ...
... for about an hour as the drivers had a full sit down meal and a few drinks while chatting with the restaurant owner, who is probably his cousin.
We finally hit the road and it took another hour and a half to get to our destination. We saw the Floating Mosque and we drove passed, but unfortunately never had time to make it back there for a visit. We got into Kuala Terengganu at 7:30pm and had to catch the only ...