Langkawi Lagoon Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... He'd been in Phuket for 2 months, and every evening had come to play Jenga with this lady. As her English was not so good, they communicated in grunts and gestures, like toddlers. It was quite funny to watch, but they completely understood one another! At some point I realised we were most probably in a pick up bar. I believe what made me think that was that whenever a middle aged westerner went past, about 5 girls, ranging from being 20 to 50, including our Jenga ...
... be with us for three weeks, we discovered on his arrival that it was actually just two. At three weeks, travelling from Penang to Bangkok overland by train, whilst still taking the time to enjoy a few stops along the way, was going to be pressured. At two, it was just impossible. So instead, we took advantage of the easy ferry trip to Penang, and found ourself a cheap flight with budget airline FireFly, and took off bound for the islands of Southern ...
... and moved on. Suddenly we were crunched for time so quickly boarded the sky car for the seemingly even more rapid and steep descent to the starting point. We loaded up into a taxi and sped through the winding jungle roads back to the airport, arriving in plenty of time to check our luggage and cram onto our Air Asia flight back to Penang (Air Asia’s seats are so close together that only someone less than 4 feet tall would have adequate leg-room). Another thus another magnificent holiday came to an end.
... the side of the road - Dads first real experience of them! He pulled up beside one group for a photo session.
As soon as we saw the cable cars dangling over a very steep, rocky valley Dad screamed in protest that he would NOT have anything to do with them, however he quickly changed his mind not wanting to miss out on all the fun. Getting there was tough though, crossing a very wobbly rope bridge with moving planks ...
... lots of pleasure boats at another little bay.
In the evening we wandered across the road to the Boat restaurant which seems, from everything we've read, to have an excellent reputation. We enjoyed the food very much Marjory had Tom Yam soup with small spice, followed by garlic prawns and David had Crab and corn soup and spicy beef with noodles and vegetables.......all very good indeed so expect we may well be back tomorrow evening!