Okay, since I have lost the post I made about Batu Ferringhi, I have to make a new one and here it is.
This is the beautiful scenery of Batu Ferringhi, RM 2.70 for the bus fare from Komtar to this small town and it will take us for about 30 minutes if I'm not mistaken. We stayed at EQ Ferringhi Hotel for RM 118 in a room equipped with 3 single beds, a set of television with Astro channels, air conditioner and shower with water heater. Wow, that is affordable right?
Our next agenda is to hunt for food, so we walked in the town with hopes to find a restaurant with good food but offers us an affordable price. We stopped by at "The Golden Thai restaurant" because there were so many aquariums and big marine life in it. Nevertheless, the food served there was so expensive that we can never afford it. One exciting information about the restaurant is, we can fish/catch the fishes or marine life by ourselves and let the chefs cook it for us.
Next, we peeped inside this enormous restaurant called "The Ship" but again, the Western cuisine served there will cost us for about RM 40++ for a plate. It's okay, so where is our next stop?
We had to walk along this beach with an empty stomach but luckily the view was great. At least, the breeze and the sun managed to distract us from our sadness and hunger for a while.
Then Yazid, who is well-known as a businessman among us decided to try 'para-sailing' for only RM 50. That is cheap, even I would like to try but I am not mentally prepared for that.
Look at Yazid, he is reciting some prayers for his safety. Good luck man!
This *coughsexyshirtlessguy here reminded Yazid about a few precautions of what to do and not to do while he is literally flying.
Okay, now is the time for him to go. Yazid, if anything happens to you, I would like to have your car please please please.
Yeay, he is already up in the air. Look at how static he is, not moving at all. Are you scared Yazid?
The boat took him for a tour for about 15 minutes until we can hardly see him anymore. For me, that is a very affordable and meaningful ride...
And now it is time for him to touch the ground, to where he belongs.
Ooopppsss! Quite a bumpy ride!
Yeah, he made it! Yazzeid Yassein (his name in Facebook) managed to do it! Way to go boy! Okay people, wait for my next post about the night life in Batu Ferringhi. See yeah...