Primula Beach Resort Kuala Terengganu
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Me: ‘Could I have a bowl of cereal then please?’
Bartender: ‘We don’t have any cereal left.’
Me: ‘What do you have?’
Bartender: ‘Baguettes, french fries, chicken and beef.’
Me: ‘A plate of french fries then please.’
Edd had a baguette which turned out to be delicious, but out of their entire menu, which was written ...
... a bit much for Ginette. This little island was truly top shelf in my books and a real treasure. Everyone agreed that it was ‘as good as it gets’ in terms of snorkelling.
From Coral Island we pressed north again to an offshore anchorage at a tiny island for a washing machine night followed by another further up the coast as there is just no protection from the SE winds. This is supposed to be the ‘SW Monsoon’ season but the winds have yet to ...
... terrifying boat ride I have ever been on... The wind was picking up and the captain of the boat was clearly eager to get home, so mercilessly flung the boat skipping over the waves, showering us in seawater. Halfway through the journey, after a particularly large bump and crash of water, one of the locals reached up and hastily put in a life jacket - to much laughter from the rest of his friends. I had to admit, I was tempted to grab one myself...!) And so to Pulau ...
... and the small fort at the top, before making our way back down again.
There are a couple of important and famous mosques here and a renowned state museum which comes highly recommended. Unfortunately we didn't have the time to visit these.
There is little else worth mentioning about this town, other than the numerous banners encouraging visitors to Terengganu, which incidentally encompasses a logo which centres around a turtle. ...
8/12 Perhentian island of Kecil to Kuala Terengganu
Morning boat to Kuala Besut Jetty- 45 min
…then a shared taxi for the 108 km to Kuala Terengganu – 2 + hours
End of Island Time
A storm had rolled in during the night and we walked under a threatening sky to the pier in time to catch the 8:00AM speedboat back to the mainland. From the way the small anchored boats were being tossed, ...