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Back North To De Baron Resort Langkawi

I am jumbling up my posts! From south to north and north to south and back north!

My sister was asking me during dinner a moment ago whether the hotel De Baron was nice or not... I replied the hotel was okay but definitely not my choice of destination. Was everything being paid for, she continued to ask... Yes, that was a FOC trip, all inclusive with six meals per day but yours truly here only managed to take three only...the only thing not free was the shopping and the karaoke.  :)
The lobby in De Baron, Langkawi...
behind the resort... leading to a swimming pool and the sea...
the platform overlooking the sea....
the sails at sea... the only sight spectacular...
and here I was... getting ready....
but the picture came out a bit too soon... lol..
the garden terrace was quite nice actually...
if only....
OK, I won't complain much...
and this will be the last of my Langkawi post...
No more trips in December...
It will be a month of rest... 

Comments

  1. how did u manage to be here and there and everywhere and still have energy to blog? salute betul!!

    btw, nice place here.. i wana go someday :)

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  2. mamakucing: next time u go, u tell me.. hehehe...


    merryn: that was why I came back flat! :)

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  3. Nice place...are you sure you will be resting throughout Dec?

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  4. Things do look a bit dark and wintery. Will you be home for Christmas with the whole family? Who will cook, your mom?

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  5. Eyewwww!!!! The floral centrepiece in the lobby! It looks like... Ummmm...can't beat Payung in Sibu, that's for sure. Hehehehehehe!!!!

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  6. kathy: good!!


    andrew: at this time, my decision is home sweet home.. hahaa..


    wenn: serenity, right?


    ginny: yes, i will be home for Christmas and most probably going to my in-laws for the feast! :)


    stp: a very modest hotel here.. :)

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  7. what a refreshing and gret view you have there just so amazing

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  8. Oo..there u landed in Langkawi. I miss the seafood there.

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  9. shirley: u will have lots of kitchenware to buy over there... :)


    yeeling: Oh, i didnt get to taste any real seafood over there then :(


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