The Gates Langkawi Resort
Travel Blogs from Langkawi
... left on the island. I do understand it must be hard to go without food and drink for hours on end in the heat. He also offered us a date to taste to say thank you for allowing him to pray. We soon arrived at the mosque and in he went, first washing his feet then putting on his hat and going to join his friend and followers to pray. He told us they prey 5 times a day and during the last 10 days of Ramadan they were supposed to prey at least 1-2 hours at night with their chosen ...
... where else to visit on the island. Having spoken to our neighbours, Claire and Phil, from Leeds, they recommended a visit to a chocolate and coffee tasting shop. En route, we pulled over to an animal rescue centre so that I could donate my beach towel. Realising I was not using it, and it was taking up a lot of space in my bag, I decided it would be better off used where needed. The lady in the chocolate shop did well at offering us samples; macadamia, banana, coconut, durian, ...
... all over the boat because they rust so I took in my vice, file and hacksaw and while Ginette strolled the beach I worked on the tools. The sunrise was amazing and after I was done I climbed up some rocks to look out over the reef. Ginette walked the whole beach and we returned to the boat. I donned the dive gear while Ginette got the boat ready for departure. I came up with a dive plan but the current was very strong so I decided to do a drift dive and have Ginette retrieve me at ...
... sun, and explored some of the less outrageous and time-space-continuum-bending attractions on offer in Langkawi. This included a trip to Langkawi's "7 Wells Waterfall", the photos of which do a fine job of eliminated the jackhammer construction taking place just off-camera, as well as the Langkawi cable car which rises rapidly 680m to deliver passengers to the Langkawi skywalk, offering impressive views of the whole island. On our final day in Langkawi, we ...
... people. Schedule. Hopped into a taxi. Hired him for the day. 24 year old taxi driver with a pretty impressive smokers cough. So first stop - gore and terror. Went to this mountain cable car place. Utterly terrifying. Ski lifts are one thing but this. Flip. Beautiful views but entrusting ones life 100m above the canopy to a cable car in a third world country. Madness!!! Before we got on it however Ad managed to gouge his leg ...
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