Langkawi REvisited – A Tale of 3 MusketeersApril 14, 2009 | 4,700 views
Then, opportunity knocked on this poor boy’s door. He was offered a fully-paid ‘trip‘ of sorts, for a full 5 days in Langkawi, the island destination he was hoping so much to visit, deep down in his heart. Though the journey was smooth (thanks to the sparkly & propelling Firefly), the stay wasn’t so. Trapped in a dungeon with looming threats, from toads-infested loo to 40-suicidal-feet of towering doom, and rations polluted (poisoned) with giant flies’ eggs.
The treasures we came away with. Plus the mosaic of Ritter Sports posted previously HERE
The meal was above average, fuelling the gut, the mind, the body and soul. And keeping the wallet intact, patching that hole after the gold bars were willingly donated to the township, when bartering for the goods earlier. Poor boy was ecstatic, though UNwillingly sucked in some ashes, no thanks to the charcoal-fuelled steamed fish placed in front of his face. But no complaints, for a meal of such stature deserves some sacrificing …. and the RM2/aluminium can of Golden Elixir redeemed itself, nicely.
Wan Thai Restaurant – A HALAL choice, for fiery food to unblock that stuffy nose ….
Highly-praised from all quarters, heroes, rumours, rumour-mongers (hah), and the locals alike, Wan Thai serves delectable Thai cuisine at reasonable price, amidst a spacious, heavily decorated interior, laden with Thai and Malay influences.
Nasi Goreng Belacan (RM7)
Nasi Goreng Ayam (RM5)
A tough brawl in the early hours of the morning, lasting about an hour took its toll on the Heroes in this chapter. Bloodied, battered, and of course, hungry, they proceeded to stuff their faces with some of the better Thai-Malay food around town.
# Though hidden from the main road of Kuah town, turning left at the MayFirst outlet on your left will get you to a row of shops behind the ones lining the main road. Wan Thai is somewhere in the middle of the road #
A piping hot serving of thick, spicy and sour Tom Yum Goong
The sweet desserts, served with dessicated coconut, albeit with heavy taste of lye (alkaline) water
Heaving a sigh of relief, Poor Boy was thankful for the call of duty granted him another chance to explore the land he had never seen before. And with another 24 hours to go, he knew that life could only get …. BETTER.
(to be continued …)
# All characters, depictions, and destinations are NOT fictional. None tailored to mess with the reader’s mind. #
You MUST read also : PART 2 – LANGKAWI REVISITED – THE JOURNEY TO THE PEAK