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... blue skies and 90+. With electric storms to follow.
Malaysia is empty. Nearly everywhere we've been, with the obvious exception of KL, has been characterised by quietness and empty streets and beaches. The Malaysian bourgeoisie returned to the mainland on Sunday evening and we're once again in Robinson Crusoe territory, deserted white beaches and gentle lapping seas with nobody except us to make use of them. And you can make good use ...
... This island is mainly a destination for local people, so it isn't very clean, sadly... But apart from a bit of garbage, you will love the place. It is just a place to relax and forget about the rest of the world. Though, on some weekends it can get very crowded, specially on time of school holidays.
As Teluk Nipah is a small town, and there are only few hostels, there aren't many backpackers, so at the end, you ...
... lizard. Naturally, we took cover behind a pack of Malaysian girls who ensured our save arrival back to Pangkor.
On our second night we took a 'stall crawl' around each of the street food vendors trying pretty much everything we could get our hands on. It's fair to say that I got a little enthusiastic and ate too many weird looking fish, crabs and prawns. Jo took a more reserved approach and only tasted food from tip top vendors and although at ...
... towards this beach, where we found a nice spot under a tree and spent a few hours swimming and reading. Although I must admit, all of this was put on hold when I found myself fascinated by a huge millipede crawling around in the soil outside our room - Norma didn’t seem as impressed.
In the afternoon we snacked at the nearby cafe where I had a nice tomato soup and Norma had a beer (of course), before walking back to our hotel to enjoy some of the free tea ...
... this, we settled in on the upper deck, enjoying the view, taking pics and chatting away before being served champagne and canapes. We watched the sun going down, sipping our bubbles, eating the clever finger food and generally loving the billionaire's lifestyle. After it got dark, we were invited downstairs. The crew had decorated the living area with banners and flower garlands for Rach's Birthday...they came out singing Happy Birthday with a candle-lit cake made ...
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