Renaissance Kota Bharu Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... we go through a few basic skills such as clearing our masks, switching between regulators and buoyancy control. Finally it's time for our first training dive. We are at a location called Tiga Nuang where we dive to 10.4m and see loads of amazing fish. The highlight was seeing a Humphead Parrotfish which must have been just over a meter long and very rare to see. Back at the centre we have a new addition to our group. A Swedish girl called Monica is at the same level as us ...
... in the ridiculously warm water directly under the ridiculously warm sun.The heat, it seemed, was even too much for the tiny purple jellyfish who took no interest in the human bodies in the sea, more intent on abandoning their own lives on the beach at high tide. And the heat was certainly too much for us.
Not that we noticed of course. Not until it was too late. Back home by 5pm any normal couple might have been happily dressing for ...
... themselves' in their gap yeaaaahhhh and they found themselves wearing inappropriate clothes in a Muslim country, drinking their dignity away and generally just being paid to be a tool). It's so chilled out that we often didn't wear shoes, and sometimes we didn't even wear undercrackers, who cares man, just take it easy, it's the Perhentians. We had a 4am start from George Town, with a taxi, a plane, another taxi and two boats to get here- worth every effort. When I say ...
... Booked on for diving. Sea like a turquoise bath! Got ready and had to wait ages for dinner in hostel. Drinks at the Beach Bar for fire show. Boozed on our own table, joined by several girls. Pat went home, we carried on before jacking it in. Called Luke out so he dragged mattress into our ...
... and we were expecting no A/C and wooden benches like we got from Bangkok to Ayutthaya. I had read mixed responses about the Jungle Train, some said it was nothing like it once was as a lot of the jungle was torn down along the railway and in its place are now Palm plantations but I thought as we needed to travel exactly where the train line went it was a bit of a change than being stuck in a mini bus for a whole day. On the way we saw a mix of Palm Trees, Jungle, ...