Back in langkawi!
Woke this morning anchored in calm waters and set sail by 7:30 on a course for Langkawi. With no wind for the entire day we motored our way at about 4 knots. We passed the time doing laundry and Ed being a chatterbox, insisted we play a game of “on a scale of one to ten” “on a scale of one to ten do you think you're a good driver, on a scale of one to ten do you think you’re a good person, on a scale of one to ten are you an honest person… and so on. This led to philosophical conversation on values and self perceptions, etc. Did I mention Ed is a chatterbox? There was rarely silence in 3 weeks.
The Thai fishing boats line up all along the Malaysian border to fish and I have no idea why. Its water on both sides, are the fish better on the border? Feeling the proximity to Langkawi we were all getting excited and Ed insisted we take a selfie as we crossed the Malaysian border. Two hour laters our spirits were high as we reached our birth, checked into immigration and the thought of being so close to a real shower made me downright giddy with joy. Suddenly everything seemed alright in the world.
Ed as usual had plans for where we were to eat dinner, which was 45 minute drive away so we rented a car. The food wasn’t that great and there are about 500 places to eat that are closer. I am pretty sure we went to that place so he could pick up a case of his Australian wine.
Made it back to the boat which is parked in the marina. So nice to have a real bathroom and not the ridiculous fiasco of getting in and out of the dinghy in order to go somewhere.
Tomorrow we clean the boat in the morning.