Seri Indah Resort
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... d left all its little doors open and in the sun for 2 days, hopefully whatever water had managed to get trapped inside had been evaporated by the sun. I wanted to document any new and strange creatures we were going to discover today, so the camera was just going to have to play ball.
We were the only people in that area that were snorkeling, a few boats with divers had passed us and gone further out, to where the sea is dark blue and you only ...
... 8217; but rather pulls the boat along by filling with air. It also only has one sheet on it (you could run two but we’re not there yet) so has less control, and if you don’t keep it filled with air it can collapse into the water or twist around the forestay so it keeps you on your toes at the helm, constantly adjusting the sheet and the heading to keep it flying nicely. The good news is that in good winds you can really get moving – we had the boat up to 7.5-8 ...
... and staff alike and this afternoon we cheered for the staff football team - all the resorts take part in a football tournament at the end of the season, our resort are the reigning champions, but unfortunately finished day 1 with 'nil points' :( hopefully they can pull it back tomorrow! I'm looking forward to our last day and a half here and feeling relaxed now that we have managed to get some laundry done (I get stressed out over the weirdest things!) next stop... ...
... and down a meter relative to the dock and it was tricky to time our leap on to the boat while carrying our luggage at the same time. We secured a seat and donned lifejackets. The speedy ride was bouncy, rough, and exciting. It was exciting because it wasn't rough enough to be dangerous. Blue sky and rainbows emerged as we crossed the strait.
Sleepy Taxi to KT
It was a five minute walk to the roadside where the bus ...
9am: Lake Kenyir - Pengkalan Gawi Kuala Berang (1.5hr/77km)
1pm: Pulau Duyung
2pm: Lunch at China town
2pm: Crystal Mosque
4pm: State Museum