The Aryani Terengganu
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... I have made some good friends with some locals who work on the island. This is my paradise.
Raphe returns with his brother,after his visa run but are only there for 1 night before they head off to the Perhentions for a few days. When he returns I sense that he is not entirely happy about something. I'm not sure how much he actually enjoys running this project as he seems out of his depth and lacking confidence.
We settle into a routine but I am soon asked to return to ...
... a tour of the house reef and the bottle reef that had been created so far. What a treat to see our workplace for the first time and we were lucky enough to see a huge black tip reef sharks,a huge puffa, a proper giant morey and so many more. The highlight of this first dive was pointing the giant morey out to Tim, he got closer and closer and closer looking for the usual little moreys that we see when he finally found what he was looking for and actually jumped back ...
... shops. There are 4 small hotels that mainly cater for Chinese tourists. The island closes down and most people leave during October through to February due to the monsoon season. The water is crystal clear and about 30 degrees Celsius. Snorkeling is amazing with a huge variety of fish and it is common to see black tip reef shark, leopard rays, and even the odd turtle.
After leaving Merang, I was dropped off at Turtle Beach on the island. The beach is about ...
... a thin strip of jungle three kilometres long and
about 800 metres wide. The island was banded by soft, white sands and teeming coral
reefs. The boat stopped near the shore of Long Beach, and I waded to
the island through the crystal blue waters with my backpack and guitar
strapped to my weary back.
Within an hour or so I had formed a group of some of the nicest
people I have met on my travels. In my dorm I met Frits, a football- ...
... some delicious Malay food. The next day we went to the southern part of the island via the lighthouse (a rickety metal ladder with a platform and light at the top), we got some amazing views of the isolated bays from the top. We got chatting to a Canadian couple about Perhentians which is our next destination and got some info. A guy called Zar who worked at the guesthouse taught us some card tricks and before we called it a night ...