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 ...
... it to have a grocery so we can buy some snacks, but it turned out to be a larger version of...7-11? No la. Hehe. But you get the picture. Waiting for our dinner. So famished. Ordered chilli prawns and grilled grouper. Watched 'Ted'. DVDs are available at the library. You can borrow them and take them to your room. This movie is crazy. Day two: Adventure awaits 0730: woke up to a beautiful sunny morning. Thankfully the forecast was wrong. We are going ...
... 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 ...
... all we had a jolly good time in Langkawi and will definitely take away some fond memories of Malaysia. We hadn't known what to expect as the backpacker scene has a bit of a downer on it, probably because it's so expensive and there isn't much of a party scene with it being a Muslim country. We loved it though, I was surprised at how developed it is and with its mix of different cultures you get a hit of everything thrown into one. So it's goodbye Malaysia. Hello Thailand....!!
... and hygienic packaging.
Kaya, Serikaya or Srikaya is a food spread, a fruit curd made from a base of coconut milk, eggs and sugar. It is wildly popular in SE Asia, mainly in Malaysia and Singapore. The word kaya means rich in the Malay language and hence represents the texture of this popular food.
The cakes are Kuih Bahulu, otherwise known as mini egg sponge cakes and are a popular delicacy among Malaysians, most commonly prepared for Chinese New Year or Hari ...
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