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November 30th - December 12th 2014 Malaysian Peninsular Langkawi Atmosphere - 3 Heritage - 2 Expense - 3 Entertainment - 4 Accessibility - 3 Overall - 3 Comments - A really nice island on the border of Thailand, is clearly set up for tourists and has some beautiful sights and breathtaking scenery. With such a large island to explore there will be plenty we didn't do that would bump people's opinions up we have no doubt. Penang ...
... has Johnny Cash playing which gets an absolute tick of approval from me. Its cold, wet and cloudy given we are in the mountains (about 1500m above sea level) and I have to borrow a jumper - is this really the same Asia??The only thing this place is missing is a fire and then Id say it was perfect. The atmosphere is fun as everyone there is heading up the mountain tomorrow (except me) so everyone stands around outside staring up at the mountain ...
At breakfast the next day I got chatting to two girls (Chantal and Micole) at breakfast. They mentioned that they were heading East to Sepilok to see the Orangutans. Sepilok is the best place in the world for this. I was planning to do this at some point on the trip so thought it'd be as good a time as any.
... in the moment of that experience. At Laban Rata we spent alot of our time with 4 young girls from Denmark. They were great and the conversation stayed purely on the climb, climbing gear, past climbs and whether the weather would hold out so that we could attempt the summit. It was all about trekking poles, thermal underwear and bandanna's and it was TOTALLY BRILLIANT!!
LEAVE NOTHING BUT FOOTPRINTS AND TAKE NOTHING BUT MEMORIES - is the slogan you see constantly ...
... coffee order! He/she always joined me in a coffee and a chat in Indonesian, I haven't got the slightest clue as to what he/she jabbered on about, but huge great smiles, laughs and in the end free Americanos were on offer there. On the way to the coffee shop I had to walk past an Islamic school where the children ran to the fence every time I passed. They now know the difference between mister and miss, a great achievement as they shouted hello miss every time ...