Teluk Batik Resort
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... can be done anywhere, but what always remains in my heart are the memories we create with the friends we make along the way. We'll be interviewing Zul for "The Local Lens: Malaysia". He'll tell us more about the Malay culture and way of life. It's been interesting to observe some of the differences between Brazilians and Malaysians - just a month ago we were in Salvador, Brazil where g-string bikinis were the order of the day, now in Malaysia, at the beach we ...
... only ran out about a mile and a half and back, as it was extremely tough going, but a lovely experience, with the sounds of the jungle birds, and monkeys leaping across the trees above my head.
There aren't a lot of sights on the island, but we did enjoy our visits to a couple of Chinese temples. One of them, Lin Je Kong, was very near to our guesthouse. It was set on the cliff side in a quiet spot, the only sounds being ...
... to this they had everything from huge dried squids to tiny, tiny fishes.
Perhaps the most special thing (depending on your point of view) was the amazing smell which really knocked us back. It was so strong, we wondered if the staff ever got used to it, hat and the hundreds of flies that were swarming around the place. With all our jobs done we went back to the hotel to plan for tomorrows busy busy day … of ...
Sorry all for the long pause in updates...but I was too busy havin fun.
Anyway...it went something like this...
Got up early feeling a bit funny in the guts...not sure wether it was part hangover or part too much curry eating... either way 3 visits to the dunny before breakfast seemed to do the trick...and my usual omlette for brekky was making it all better. but the reason for getting up early was to go island hopping on a boat with my parents and a few other ...
... came from. Apparently they use magnetic poles and can also smell the beach to be different somehow. Nuts!
Off that tangent, I start trekking back through the jungle. I'm completely covered in sweat now, every piece of fabric I'm wearing is wet. Nasty. I make my way out a slightly different way and find at the end a bridge out. Dammit! Th guide told me to come this way! I see some footprints in the sand and just follow them across the small stream down bellow. ...