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06.30 am – Rushed back to Island Glades from Batu Maung for this.
07.08 am – On the way back to Batu Maung, PCJ’s accelerator got stuck.
It just didn’t want to come back up.
Luckily it happened at a safe location. Had Dad take care of it. Thanks, Dad! Thanks Mr Tan for helping me push it to a safer location.
07.20 am – Had a quick breakfast of oats (Thanks Mr Tan) and
apples (Thanks Vinny).
07.44 am – Was on our way to the airport. Thanks Mr Tan for picking us up.
08.00 am – Checked in in time.
08.15 am – Was already waiting at the gate.
08.17 am – 2 minutes later.
Firefly’s ATR 72-500 propeller planes.
The seating arrangement of 2 by 2.
The Firefly branded buckle.
08.28 am – Our first holiday away from Penang. hehe.
08.40 am – A birds eye view of Penang.
08.42 am – I liked the fact that there was a stewardess serving us free drinks on the plane.
Mango and blackcurrant juice.
Holiday mood officially : ON.
08.47am – Spotted a rainbow.
09.07 am – The big ass Langkawi airport welcoming sign.
Headed towards arrivals.
09.20 am – Got ourselves a taxi van for RM24.
I don’t really know why they’d need such a big van for the 2 of us but I didn’t mind as long as the price was the same.
Our driver for the day was Encik Mohd Hanif Bin Abd Rahman. Thanks for the lift.
10.11 am – Met the host of our stay at Pondok Keladi, Marc. Thanks for showing us around the place.
Was showed around the very green and peaceful Pondok Keladi.
I liked the concept of the common area.
Pretty wide and spacious. Equipped with a full kitchen and wifi.
Got acquainted with the other residents like Gadget, who was the most lovable dog of all,
(sorry, forgot your name) and
The pathway to my room, guarded by a sleeping security guard.
The pathway to the other rooms.
Slept in “ENAM” throughout our stay Langkawi.
The RM95 per night double bedroom.
The mini fridge.
The luggage stand.
The window overlooking the trees.
The shower and the toilet seat.
11.03 am – Our car for the trip arrived, arranged by Marc. Got it for RM50 per day.
11.10 am – Fueled her up.
11.18 am – 1st stop. Restoran Nasi Kandar Tomato.
When I arrived, I noticed that the variety was wide but was skeptical towards the quality.
Only after tasting it did I realize that the stuff here is delicious!
12.17 pm – Drove over to the Oriental Village for the cable car.
The bridge connecting the village and the car park.
The super simple map and directions.
Eh? This ain’t Bangkok, is it? kapppppp
12.21 pm – After a bit of weaving through the boring Oriental Village, we arrived at the entrance and got us a pair of tickets for RM15 each.