Villa Danialla Beach Resort
Travel Blogs from Kota Bharu
... each turtle, and I felt so sorry for the poor things. When we visited them before it was early in the morning, and I suspect their only peaceful moment. The tours run all day, and they must have to put up with being hounded like this all the time.
Me and David defiantly didn't join in, and went swimming away from the turtles without masks or anything. This whole thing has made me very unhappy, and I want to start giving money to a turtle ...
... on a jetty pier placed closely to the shore but not connected, maintaining balance being key. Again Jin triumphs and he, myself and the new carry on make it to shore. Check in and shown to our room, a hut on the beach over looking the water. We settle in and wander. Stop for lunch in our new accommodation - more staff than there are guests. Hit the beach and chill and play ball in the water. Relax in ...
... packet of mintoes.
I can report that Roti Kaya and Roti Kelapa will be the food words of the day. The former is a soft bread roll which i can only describe as injected with a thick light brown paste. (Injected as in like a donut is injected with jam) the latter is filled with a dark brown paste with coconut and what looks a bit like figs in.. ...anyway filled a hole.
John has just returned from the toilet – although i was thinking he might ...
... Furthermore in supermarkets queuing was split into male and female checkouts. Religion aside, it did seem that the queues moved more quickly than back home. I've always advocated the need in supermarkets for a quick queue, for those who want to get in and out as quick as possible, and a nattering queue, for those who thrive on the social interaction. I’ve went a bit off point. In Kota Bharu the Islamic elements were more noticeable but I oddly found ...
... by 4x4 and once we turned off the main highway we drove down a dirt track. The driver described this as a "free massage", but it was very bumpy, slippery and uncomfortable! The local villagers met us on arrival and gave us fern hats to welcome us to the rainforest. The trek was great fun, but it was very steep and tricky in places. So much so that Mike went (in his words) '**** over tit' and fell over. He grazed his leg and ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting