Many visitors to Malaysia have been to Langkawi - it's a favourite tourist destination. So we were, of course, delighted when our Fellows' Tactical Conference was to be held there instead of the usual fancy hotel in central Kuala Lumpur.
So we had meetings, as you do at a conference.
We had a massive room, space for anything you fancy at the bottom end of the bed (something do do with the position of the room at the end of a hallway).
Some people go to Langkawi for the beaches - though obviously not on this side of the island. Mind you, when I say 'island', if you count all of the bits and pieces in the water they claim there are really 99 islands.
And then there is the cable car, which you have to see if you can. In very windy weather they close it, and we got to understand why.
And in the moments before we vanished completely there was a noisy unnerving cross-wind that tried to push the car around ... and then everything was very quiet.
Look what I found in the College Canteen!
I found this just sitting on the bench where you pay.