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... was dark then headed for dinner at the same place. After food we got some snacks and fanta for our film tonight. We was happy when Iron man was showing. After the film we FaceTimed Teifi and the rest of the family because it was his birthday. Eiry loved it when he hugged the screen. That night we also a huge thunder storm! So it was really loud when we were trying to sleep but as it was 2am our time after FaceTiming Teifi, we soon fell ...
... without complaint. The day went slow but after a series of naps and taking time to write emails we survived to 3pm. We hunted for food and found it not too far from our hotel at a decent price. As we were walking back home we found a hair salon and I decided that since I got nothing to do in this town I might as well get a haircut. When both of us walked in the lady there asked me to come back later as her boss was out.
Around 6.45pm I told Lucky that I was off to get ...
... idea of swimming to an island not far away. A girl we saw in our guesthouse on crutches told us she had been bitten by a barracuda swimming to an island and had stayed there for six weeks in a cast after an operation. Sean didn't go for a swim.
On our last full day in Pangkor Laura made friends with some Malaysian teenagers on a jolly for the day. There was about twenty of them on the beach and they had rented a house nearby for the night. We spent the morning ...
... pot noodle! We made the decision to leave the next day but then quickly changed our mind as we thought about the RM45 we would be wasting. However, we later decided the money wasn't worth it as we really didn't fancy another day.
I attempted to dye my hair but it started stinging my scalp at the front of my head. Andrew thought it was because I had burnt my hairline whilst ...
Our first impressions of Teluk Nipah, home of our guest house, were not encouraging. Work was in progress on the beachfront. The builders were constructing some hideous concrete restaurants and the beach was literally a building site. Our very friendly and informative guest house owner assured us, though, that Coral Beach, a mere five minute walk away, was very nice and wasn’t affected by construction works.
Wishing to see for ourselves, we ...
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