Renaissance Kota Bharu Hotel
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RESULTS DAY 5: http://www.endurorally.com/pages/road-t o-mandalay-results05
RALLY REPORT FROM THE ENDURANCE RALLY ASSOCIATION
How about this: A closed-road, full police attendance, smooth tarmac and endless bends.… what more could we ask? In seeking a spot of fun after our first coffee-stop of the day…. all were delivered, for a stonking hillclimb Test up the side of a jungle-covered mountain.
... don't do this at the best of times. And, all of a sudden, these were not the best of times. Burnt to pieces with shades of sunstroke, the meal became a quick banana milkshake before Liza caved in and struggled home to bed to lay still, very still. I stayed on alone, gambling another cold drink would bring me back to normality.
I can't speak for how Liza felt, though I know it involved a lot of pain. For myself it felt odd ...
... for about 10 minutes until we got far too hot (it was between 35 and 39degrees while we were there- phew!) and then ran into the sea, which was cooling, but only because we were so hot. I would liken the sea temperature to the temperature of your bath, about 10 minutes before you start thinking about topping it up with some more hot. The best part about it, apart from being so clear and warm, was that it was shallow and calm, perfect conditions for someone who is nervous ...
... as its just like home! Toast, strawberry jam, pineapple jam, marmalade, and best of all, Peanut Butter and Strawberry jam - they have an addiction to Peanut Butter with something else added out here, and its the best! We also go real milk to go with cereal, real milk has been such a rarity throughout Asia! Proper Tropicana Juice to go with it rather than just water, we could have sat eating the breakfast all day, well I could anyway! Today was National/ Independence Day ...
We set off on our journey to the Perhentian islands cradling 4 small bottles of whiskey and a fruit cake. The whiskey was for the island, we knew it would be too expensive to buy alcohol there, and the fruit cake - that was to keep us fed for the journey. A mini bus picked us up from our guesthouse and instead of transferring to a bigger bus, we stayed in the minibus for over 6 hours to the Kuala Besut jetty, all the way we were asking ourselves "why oh why couldn't it have ...