Langkawi Lagoon Resort
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... br> With ‘Three cheers for the dorsal fin!’
Most of the women on the beach are clad in the hijab, walking hand in hand with their husbands who wear only board shorts and swim on their own. They gather in groups, take photos of each other and shop for sunglasses. We see one man receive a massage whilst his wife looks on, taking discrete bites of an ice cream behind her face veil. It’s incongruous, bizarre, and we wonder if we belong here.
... 8220;falangs” in town.
The next day, at 10am, we embark on an overfilled speedboat and set off for a 2hrs boat ride. The sea is extremely rough even though the sun is shining. At some points the boat is tilted so far to one side our heads are almost in the water, the other sides' passengers are being violently thrown to the other side. Many passengers ...
... I was pretending to be German throughout the walk home, which I cannot remember. I'm sure it was hilarious.
The next morning was hell. I have not been that bad for a long time. I was sick. Pretty much evrerywhere. The toilet, the sink, over the balcony. Yeah, it was rough. I couldnt even keep water down until around 4pm. To add to our heartache, this was the morning we needed to move rooms and pack ...
... on the island. Him and his wife didn't speak much English - but it didn't matter. Nobody needed a translator to interpret that her gasp was directed towards my extreme snorkeling sun burn. Another girl was from New York, and was "working from home" as she traveled the world. All really fun people.
On one of our island stops, we actually ran into a man with a Milwaukee Brewers shirt on. He didn't see the diaper stint, but I'm sure he would've been impressed ...
... amazing birds called hornbills, big, black and white and beautiful ;) Lunch times comes and goes and still no monkeys, tea time and still the same. The sun is setting and we haven't spotted any monkeys. But, just as we are about to call it a day and go out for dinner, we see the branches move just in front of the balcony. We stand in silence and see what we later learn was a palm civet making its way across a branch just in front of us. It ...