Tanjung Sanctuary Langkawi
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... Philippines, especially the near deserted one on Palawan! We are beach snobs. If we'd come straight from Southend we wouldn't be like this! For the rest of the afternoon we took advantage of the dry weather by staying indoors, trying to figure out what the hell we were going to do next. We figured we would go to Ko Phi Phi next, but the only places to stay for a half decent price were ****, and we didn't want to spend too much on a place that would quite possibly ...
This morning we all woke up feeling back to our normal selves after a good nights sleep. We'd decided that we wanted to visit the Langkawi Cable Cab, a cable car that takes you up to a really high mountain peak from which you can walk across the Skybridge, which, as it's name suggests, is a bridge that crosses from one mountain peak to another over, really high up. We had breakfast and then went out to the taxi hut outside the hotel. Typically today was the day that the ...
This small group of islands is often referred to as the Malaysian Hawaii. It is a beautiful cluster of islands with fine powder sand beaches. Today is a beach day. A 5 minute trip by shuttle, a 3 minute walk, and the flip flops come off. A great way to spend the ...
... fan seemingly powered by a gas-bottle jet engine, but its breeze does not reach to where we are standing. More waiting; it’s already 30 minutes beyond the scheduled departure time. Suddenly, extremely sun-scorched and over-tanned people start to push past us in the opposite direction, schlepping piles of luggage down the narrow corridor where we are all lined up. They trickle out of some nondescript innards of the ferry building, one by one, sometimes two by two. More ...
... some jackfruit which had been tied onto a tree and the guide took photos of us, no one else in the group even bothered to get out. Our final stop was at pineapples where we were told they take 8-12 months to grow and they had only been in 2 months so far. It was a little disappointing to be honest - the truck passed a lot of places but didn't stop and we were going too fast to really see anything. There were big signs ...