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A Colourful Morning At Pangkor Laut Resort

DAY TWO - WOKE UP TO A BEAUTIFUL MORNING after a good night sleep at the beach villa for the very first time in history.....
Amazed by the turnout of this beautiful sunrise 
taken right in front of our villa.... 
Soon everything brightens up!
And it is time to do my morning wake-up exercise.....
.... Before Breakfast!
Despite the bones creaking now and then.... I still managed to get a few bends done!
Alright, alright, these are just for "shows"... just for the camera... 
hehehehe...
 The real beauty is here.... 
 And here.... 
 Mesmerized by the colours...
One must not leave this place without taking these colourful scenes...
Now I know why ladies like to be pictured with flowers!!



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  1. I love this! Waking up to a beautiful scenery. That's life!

    Happy Mother's Day!

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  2. I've not been to Pangkor Laut. Pangkor island yes but not Pangkor Laut. Sigh.. should have gone last time when we were nearer to it.

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    1. Hope you will visit it one day, I am sure you will love it too!

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  3. Beautiful sunrise and people! Happy mother's day to you!

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  4. Beautiful! Love your first pic. The floral arrangements remind me of Payung here. Happy Mother's Day!!!

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    1. Thank you Arthur! Hope you have a nice day too!

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  5. Those flowers are so pretty. Sort of remind me of Payung in Arthur's blog :D Wah, you are really living it up, eh? Happy Mother's Day!

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    1. Thank you PH! Yes, I love the flowers.. brightens up the day!

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  6. Never been to pangkor laut and the last time I went was in 1986 to pangkor island, with you guys !!!

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    1. Really! I cannot remember the 1986 trip... hahahaa

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  7. Beautiful sunrise. Happy Mother's Day to you!

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  8. beautiful view, i like the green grass facing the sea...such a nice place for yoga/exercise.

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  9. Our Bunga Raya is so bright and beautiful.

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