Resort Pantai Cinta Berahi (PCB)
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Kota Bharu
... for our final dive at Police Wrecks. This is where three decommissioned police boats have been intentionally sunk to make an artificial reef. It has only been there since 2009 so the coral and fish are meant to be very small, but still exciting to do a wreck dive. After all the trouble with my feet my fins have let me down again! I have blisters across the tops of my toes. Harun give me some booties and open heel fins to try. They are so much better and don't rub at all ...
... ve only got a 25 yards swimming certificate. And I cheated at that.
We walked through the monsoon rain to a small restaurant. Monsoon come. (Mon)soon go. I set off for the bank and this time came back 1000 ringgits richer. Ten minutes later we had sorted a decent hotel for the night (where JFK is currently being shot by Lee Harvey Oswald on National Geographic - ZOMG he really did do it then) and also bought some very cheap ...
... then times that by 10 - that's nearly as happy as he is) we could have stayed there all day, but it was prime burning time, and breezy so we wouldn't feel it until it was too late, so we got out and had an ice cream under a palm tree. That night we had tea by the sea, there was a lot of BBQing of fish going on, which was nice for Nath and then we watched a fire show and strolled home. As Nath was opening the padlock (they don't have room keys for garden sheds, you just ...
Kota Bharu, that received its name thanks to the great river that goes from jungle to sea has a famous reputation of good living standards. We decided to stop here for a while as many things are to discover and geographically it is centralised in south-East Asians regions. (Thailand/Indonesia/Cambodia/...) The multicultural visual aspects makes it comfortable for us to find easy our ...
... we found that this continued our frustrations with finding places to eat. That was until we found the Chinese hawkers and food stalls and then filled our faces with pork favourites including wan tan mee (noodles with pork and dumplings), char siew pau (fluffy white parcels filled with roast pork), char siew/siew yoke (roast/crispy roast pork) and long yoke (squares of sweet marinated pork). I was going to share some pictures of us enjoying some of these delicacies but then ...