Redang Bay Resort
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- Swimming pool
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We left Mira in the morning following a full night of rain. It was raining as we climbed aboard the small ferry that closed onto our beach. The monsoon has arrived and I think we just managed to get the last bit of sunshine before the island guesthouses close for the rains.
Mira guesthouse was closing down and Lan and Sue were packing everything up with the intention of leaving with the family the next day. Time to move on. There's a lot of Asia left to see.
... today we were cruising towards our first stop, Ko Samui, Thailand. Once again, we are staying in a room with the pool deck above us, so not much sleep last night. Matthew went to kids club and said it was boring, we couldn't shake Caity and we couldn't get bar service. I know, dreadful right! Okay. I hear you all. Oh, poor Julie. She's on a cruise ship in the middle of some calm waters and whinging she can't ditch her kids or get a drink. So I'll agree that things aren't too bad ...
... the same gate, so we had to wait. At 6.45am, so 15 minutes before our flight was due to take off, we all boarded the propeller plane. It was like a helicopter plane, just with the blades vertical instead of horizontal. This was going to be fun.
The flight took off quite promptly, considering how late we all boarded and Edd had a free seat next to him, so lifted up the middle arm rest and dozed for the duration of the flight – 50 minutes from the west coast ...
... we head back to the homeland :(, we thought to spend them topping up our tans on some bangin beaches.
The 2 islands lay off the North East coast of Malaysia, just a speed boat ride away. The last few days we had struggled to find any available accommodation, it was almost fully booked up for the long weekend due to a celebration of some sort. After enquiring at more than enough hotels, we managed to get 1 ...
24th April - This is the closest point to the Perhentian Islands we can get by coach. We need to get a local bus to Kuala Besut but it is too late now so we must stay the night here. After checking into our hotel we go to explore a night market. We soon regret this decision as there are no tourists at all, which is odd in such a big city. We got a funny looks and Jenn even got told that she should buy a head scarf. It is the ...