The first day we checked in into a motel at pantai chenang…. Being us girls and as most will agree we do get excited easily we decided to straightaway to have some sightseeing…. A good fren who is an islander named "suria" (it means the sun in Sanskrit) brought us to the cable car-----à which had such a long queue that we decided not go on it and wait for 2morrow…. Then we went to the 7 fairy's well… decided to have a bath there when we realize that none off us has brought are swimming suits with us… by the time all the mishap seem to happen we decided to retire to our room and have lunch and get some rest….. right after Asr' a few of us decided to have a swim in the Chenang beach…. And yes beingme--- I was the one who suggest it J
Stopped at Suria's work place
swimming at Chenang beach
On the second day, we woke up early and decided to go island hopping ( is where a boat take u hopping from one island to another). The first island we stopped at was the island of Tasik Dayang bunting a.k.a the Lake of the Pregnant Maiden. The lake was emerald green and it is 500 meters deep. Somehow the deepness of the lake make most of us weary and analyzing our swimming skills… and yes there were some panic attacks J. Thank god for the life jackets rental services at RM 10 (they will return ur 5 bucks when u return their jackets) most of us felt secure…urmm slightly anyways except for Helena… she is very confident… one of the primary skill u must posses when u want to swim.
Helena is not in the picture as she is the only one who can freely go up and down the plank…
Somehow urs truly was partially deaf due to the hijab… J
The 7 hot girls--à Helena is the one in black with no life jackets..
Next stop was eagle feeding. Ironically we arrived as the eagle were totally full of the chicken skin that was being feed by other tourist, the only opportunity we had was seeing them circling around us… we were told by the boatman that Langkawi got its name from the eagle (Helang in malay) and that the white eagle are known as the sea eagle and the brown one are known as the hilltop eagle.. during the olden days, seaman of langkawi will watch the eagle to know the level of the sea ( like air pasang and surut). I couldn't quite remember how…. So the only pic that was snap during this time was by the boatman of us in the boat.
Our last island hopping is the Pulau Beras Basah… the beach was beautiful, soft sandy beach sparkling.. clear blue water… it was heavenly even thou it was nearly noon … so we went to have a dip and laze around for an hour… it was blissful..
END OF PART ONE J