Langkawi Lagoon Resort
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... on their step inquiring as to the possibility of getting a signature witnessed! In the end no problems, we even got invited in to the A/C house, and there was no charge for the service! Crazy world.
One day we took ‘off’ from projects and took the gondola up to the highest peak in Langkawi. This was an amazing experience hiking through the jungle, seeing the vast views across the Malacca straits and riding the gondola. We also hiked up to ...
... had to climb down one peak and up the other to get to the far end of the bridge for access. It was hot, the stairs were crude and uneven with re-rod sticking out to hold them in place, and about half of it had no handrail. When we made it to the bridge, the views were lovely and there was a nice breeze, but we couldn't stay long to rest or enjoy it as we had to get back to the tour bus at the designated time. By the time we got back to the cable car, we ...
... journey like us. It has been a great place to just kick back and reflect on how beautiful our planet is .This trip has given me the time to really reflect on life and how amazing our world is. I would like to share some of my thoughts with all of you, so when you find some time, please read my reflections.
Elaine and I are feeling so lucky to be able to do what we are doing. A day doesn't pass by without us thanking a higher being for giving ...
... miasteczku. To 30 minut stąd... samolotem'. Jedynym miejscem gdzie można było zapłacić kartą było biuro parku narodowego z czym sama płatność przypominała rosyjską ruletkę- czasami maszyna łapała zasięg czasami nie. Na szczęście nam udało się zapłacić kartą- po około 15 minutach dosłownie siedzenia na parapecie (bo podobno internet ma najlepszy zasięg ...
... You find yourself on a bus with other whiteys and you tend to naturally gravitate towards each other and have a conversation.
Whilst we were waiting for the ferry to Langkawi Island, Jody got chatting to a man who was on his own. He was about 60-70 years old. Turns out he was from Middlesborough and he tends to live on Langkawi for 6-8 months of the year, then go back to Middlesborough to "cut the grass" he says. British people automatically get a 3 month ...