The last few weeks have had their ups and downs on Savannah, but today I’m going to focus on the ups… I cannot explain how happy it makes me to see Jake playing with these two wonderful kids on Love Song. Despite it being a threesome, something that rarely worked in my circle of friends growing up, they get along great and never tire of each other. It’s also fun to hear Jake talk to Morgan about dinosaurs. Jake thought he was the authority on all things prehistoric and well…now he’s learning a few things.
|This was the exit for the escape hatch.|
|There is a danger sign here that says don't enter, but it didn't say anything|
about exiting. The lady at the front desk was the one to tell us to do it.
As for the “Snake Temple.” The deceiving thing here was the word temple. It’s a temple all right, but it’s way more touristy than religious. We lectured the boys about showing respect and keeping their voices down, etc. and then we walked in to find about 20 people snapping photos and waiting in line to pay their RM30 (about $10 USD) to hold a python. There were snakes all over the place, but some of them were so lethargic (full?) that the boys weren’t really convinced they were real.
|Note the snakes on the branches where the kids are looking.|
|Not sure exactly what this face is supposed to be.|
Now we’re here in Langkawi, on the hook in Telaga Harbor. This is a huge cruiser hangout simply because of the duty free status and the proximity to Thailand. Andy and I aren’t quite sure what the draw is yet, but it’s growing on us. The highlight is still watching the boys play all day, only now they have a whole beach to run around on. It looks like it will be Jake’s first Christmas in years with more than just mom and dad and some other old people. We’re all excited.
|I managed to get my paddle board out again and even found|
someone to paddle me around!
|Sunset in Kuah, Langkawi|