The Aryani Terengganu
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... animals being slaughtered; Cip was of the opinion that it was monkeys, but we were both corrected that it was in fact flying foxes that were fighting over branch space, or whatever it is that they do. We got a few snaps of them hanging in the trees like big seeds and then walked through a section of the resort with a through fair, to the beach on the other side.
We’d been advised to put liquid soap in our goggles as it apparently stopped ...
... a bit much for Ginette. This little island was truly top shelf in my books and a real treasure. Everyone agreed that it was ‘as good as it gets’ in terms of snorkelling.
From Coral Island we pressed north again to an offshore anchorage at a tiny island for a washing machine night followed by another further up the coast as there is just no protection from the SE winds. This is supposed to be the ‘SW Monsoon’ season but the winds have yet to ...
... train station followed by 15 minute train trip to bus station. Wait 40 minutes for bus. 8 hour trip on bus with water dripping on you from faulty air con. Baby crying nearly all night. Arrive at Kuala Terangganu at 6 am and haggle price with taxi driver. 1 hour trip to jetty. 3 hour wait for ferry. 45 minute boat trip to Lang Tengah and Turtle Beach. All just a normal days travelling in Asia.
It is really great to be back on this little piece of paradise. I walk into the camp and ...
... the sand is the better the beach is. Also the water there is very clear, you can see fishes swimming near the coastal areas if you are observant enough (although most fishes resides deeper in the water). A perfect place to snorkel around and enjoy water life. If you are lucky you may spot sea turtles although they are being protected by the authorities.
Anyway this beach is rather crowded all year round, with many tourists and a surprising number ...
... little bumps, these are the polyps. Most corals live at depths of less than 60 meters in warm water and require sunlight to survive. So many factors are causing the coral to die such as the ever changing sea levels leaving corals exposed to too much sunlight which kills them, pollution from boats and hotels affects the algae which can smother the coral, damage from careless divers and snorkelers and crown of thorn starfish which suffocate the coral. Corals form homes ...