Redang Bay Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... we have made in the dive team. Even though the island is amazing it most definitely Is the People not the Place that makes somewhere truly memorable. Although we are Sad to say goodbye to our home for the last 3 months we leave with a new passion for diving, I a new trade, 140 dives under my belt (14 under Emma's), a load of new friends and a lifetime of memories. Perhentians you have been amazing but now our adventure ...
... met two girls the day before getting off their boat coming back who had paid £60 a night for a chalet. Ours cost £12 on Kecil. Coral Bay is on the western side of Kecil so is the bit the speedboat hits first. It's a bay. With coral. The bay is bay-shaped, the coral is shaped like some sort of Pre-historic tool. The water is clear and colourless close up, though a beautiful shade of aquamarine from just feet away. You've never had a bath in water this clear. ...
... destination the Perenthian Islands were very expensive compared to the rest of Malaysia, most prices for food and accommodation were doubled, activities like snorkelling and diving were good value though and I guess people save more doing that, back on the mainland it was good to get the budget under control again. We took a local bus down to Kuala Terengganu, a big, clean modern city by Malay standards recently redeveloped by the discovery of ...
... by the ferry touts to the terminal, relived of more cash than it cost for the 9 hour bus journey and rushed on to a water taxi, half asleep and not knowing if we were involved in some elaborate scam to put backpackers into the workhouse we belted across the choppy water, sea sick and shell shocked, this was it we were on the move.
Other passengers asked us where we were staying, which island, which beach, which resort. We were worried we had left things to spontaneous, ...
... Gem rushed ahead with Bardy to find some shade. I have honestly never sweated so much as I carried all the bags and buggy along the floating oil barrel and wooden plank pontoon, across the beach and past the little shop (which was very well stocked with nappies) to check in at CocoHut beach chalets. Within minutes we were sipping cold beers under a coconut palm whilst Bardy was making sand castles. I think we're going to like this ...