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I've tried this idea of parts and decided to ditch it. It annoys me... and probably you too.
So this was our hotel...
Cabanas by the beach.
Somewhere near the lobby in the humongous land of the Berjaya chalets.
This little kitty won our hearts.
Yesterday night I went for my first evarr photoshoot... at night! Got The Cousin to come along. We came across a cat who roams the Berjaya grounds with a bunch of other felines. The Cousins started to pet him and he got so comfortable with them, he clambered onto The Cousin's lap and fell asleep to the gentle and consistent strokes on his back.
However, I got tainted by the thought of a broken and bloody corpse when I petted the kitty. The one that Deng reversed over.
Did the chicken cross the road ah?
We came across chicken claw prints in cement and thought, the question isn't why the chicken crossed the road, but rather, it is a question of whether the chicken made it across.
Because of my innate stinginess I didn't do water activities this time around. Wasn't willing to pay 20/pax for a 2 seater kayak for, get this, 1 hour only. Besides, I forgot my swimwear.
Almost everything here is rented out on an hourly basis. Internet, 15/hour; bicycle, 15/hour; Mahjong, 10/hour. So I spent time lazing in the room keeping from getting tanned, taking pictures, watching Rachael Ray and dreaming about going to the US (things are so cheap I don't know why we haven't moved there yet).
I was told this wave had character.
Sunset from Day 2. The clouds totally ruined the sunset for all 3 days that we were there.
Sunset from Day 2. Shot with flash.
Sunset from Day 3.
Shot from a bridge just outside the resort entrance.
Umm... flowers again.
I think this is the coconut tree featured in one of the postcards they're selling.
That's the whole trip :)
THANK YOU YOU AUNT KERRY FOR SPONSORING OUR ROOMS.