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... rather large... And it didn't seem scared of us at all. We finally decided to do something when it made a beeline for our bag and tried to run off with it so Ollie ran up to it and grabbed our stuff and we slowly started to back away thinking that was that. Unfortunately not. It started moving towards us making a sort of growling sound so in my panic I told Ollie to throw it a cracker. The monkey was then quite content and stopped moving so with relief ...
... like something out of a film. I tried changing my appearance by switching my cap backwards, i wasn't taking any chances.
It was a weird time being away for Christmas, but we were determined to ease the fact of not being with family for the holiday. Now normally we would be eating obscene amounts of chocolate and party food, at someones house Christmas eve, while it rained outside. However this time we opted for something totally obscure. We ended up eating outside at ...
... we were lucky to find a street stall selling burgers for lunch. The temperature was rising again and the decision was made to head to Coral Bay, a five minute walk from our hotel. This beach/bay had some rough waves and it was a lot of fun being in the water. We were in the water for nearly three hours and by the time we were done it was dinner time. It was a Sunday night and that meant most of the locals had left the island to go back to their homes and so everything was quiet. We had ...
... her like a baby and phyisically get her up, undress her and apply her cream.
Instead of admitting her laziness she insists that she is just getting Chris ready for when we have children. Chris is not convinced.
Once our bag was packed full of goodies to keep us amused for the day we headed out our first stop was at the local co-op restaurant for our ...
We missed the ferry over to Pangkor, a small island off the coast of Malaysia so had to find a hostel at the port. We found a hotel which was absolutely disgusting - There was no-one there for a start, and when I asked for a room they offered me - what i think - was their bedroom which had dirty, stained, stinky sheets, a broken door and of course, next to the bathroom again. So all we could hear was the owners coughing, flemning and going to the toilet all night long. it was so bad, ...
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