Did not have a good-night-sleep for the first night there though. The next morning we were supposed to wake up early so that we do really get-active for the coming up activities. We’ve spent the morning having the island tour in a van-taxi until one something in the afternoon. We were brought to two temples, Hai Seng Him Satay Fish Factory, and many other beaches in Pangkor. That marked the end of our activities for the afternoon. Again, what we did after the island tour just simply buzz me off. DVD again. What a waste of time. It was only until late afternoon that we’ve decided to go for the sea-tour. Only eight for us went for it. For the first time in my life, I was in a speedboat and it was really cool to feel the breeze and have a deep breath of the refreshing air. And also, for the first time in my life for 20 years, I went for snorkelling, which was a total experience which made me felt contented in joining this trip. The snorkelling experience really freaked me out when I first get into the sea. It was only after a while when I managed to calm down a little bit, feeding the fishes, feeling the suckling of the fishes on my hand. Once again, it was really a cool and worthwhile experience. Kakaka.
We were also shown many other places in the sea-tour. Rocks which resemble certain creatures, statues, the lover trees, and many other interesting stuffie thingie things! That tourist guide even dive into the sea and let us see the corals, sea rambutans, sea cucumber (which I almost squeezed out its whitish “gel” when I grabbed it) an many other sea creatures.. Wakaka.
Back to the beach nearest to our hotel, the four of us, the youngsters, went for the sleeping/sitting banana boat ride. Erm, how to explain it... It was a float which can sits 4 persons, being pulled by a speedboat. As we hit the wave, we almost fell into the sea but luckily, we grabbed on tightly to the handles. As the sea water splashed on us, I couldn’t help but to keep on lamenting on the salty-ness of the water. Yiakkksss. All in all, I had my fun for the day!
Coming to the last day, we set off right after our breakfast and I thought that we will drop at Genting Highlands but we did not as those working adults need to work or the very next day. The last day marks the end of the day of me being abused by my mischievous cousin, Melvin. He always hits me, punches me, kicks me whenever he sees me. Bruises on me again, man... It was simply because I didn’t dare to complain to his parents nor am brave enough to scold him but even if I do scold him, he won’t give a damn to it. He’s 12 this year and acts as if he’s 6. OMG. Haha. But if I do get him something, he will be real obedient. He lives quite near to my U, just behind Macy. Heehee! On occasion, his family will brings me out but there were times when I rejected them due to the exam period. Sighhh...