Resorts World Langkawi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... is largely deserted and there is little to see/do at anchor. We did take a long dinghy ride up the mangrove creek to the ‘crocodile cave’ which was cool, but other than that we were unimpressed and decided to press back to some of our favourites like Ko Chuku and Ko Lipe slightly further offshore. We found the mooring ball at Chuku unattended and tied up for the night. I decided to do a quick snorkel with the idea of diving if I could see some crayfish in the ...
... and they started Christmas karaoke... And thanks to the fact, that the speaker was directly next to the 'wall' separating us from the rest of the crowd, we not only could fully appreciate all poor of all future pop stars attempts the keep up with the music but the vibration from the speaker made the bed feel like an electrical massage table. We were tired, sleepy and couldn't help laughing how ridiculous the entire experience was. Thankfully ...
... having the best beach on Penang. Our Indian taxi driver spent the journey bemoaning the number of Arabs who holiday there and how unreliable and cheap he found them. We listened in the embarrassed silence white people lapse into when they hear other races get stuck into each other. More racial stereotyping when he assumed we were staying in one of the big fancy resorts, confirmed by his dropping face when we pulled up at a tired motel on the wrong side of the beach road.
... Malaysian meal. Barracuda fillet with ABC sauce, chicken with ginger, steamed rice and satay. We were famished and this was all very very good. So good we also walked back up the hill which was a lot harder than walking down! Soon after we get in we have another thunderstorm, I am not sure if we were just lucky or the rain fairies had finished having their fun with us, but as we sat and watched the lightning flash across the sky we were just happy not to be out in it, or on a speedboat at sea ...
... and tried to leave but the door was locked so we all just sat looking at this old sleeping Chinese man for a further five minutes before one of the Americans said "this is stupid, I'm waking him up". This then led to a further ten minutes of watching him dodder around looking for keys and waking people up then looking at forms and the whole time he didn't let the Americans out. He had the door keys in his hand too. It was hilarious.