Information For Hares
All stock is now kept in the residents' store area of The Laguna. The store is number RS28 and is located in the basement at The Laguna. The key to the store is kept within the satchel which is available for collection from Larshole 017 470 1478 or in his absence Prick van Dyke 0111 467 4004 or in both their absence the sales office in Laguna. Contact Tartan Tart 012 591 8169 for more info.
Check existing stocks. Please do this when picking up and returning LBH3 stock. Please enter in the stock book the opening and closing stock. The Beer Meister, Larshole, now does all the LBH3 buying, so there should always be enough stock in the store.
Before returning the items to the store, the Hares should ensure all cups and ice boxes are clean and dry.
ICE IS NOT INCLUDED - THE HARES MUST MAKE SURE THEY PURCHASE ENOUGH ICE.
The Hares should bring from our store at least the following :
a) WATER : 2 boxes x (48 x 500ml plastic bottles)
b) 100 PLUS : 2 Slabs ( 48 cans)
c) SKOL BEER : 2 Slabs ( 48 cans)
d) TIGER BEER : 3 Slabs (72 cans)
e) FLOUR: 6 kg
f) RUBBISH BAGS 5 large industrial type
g) : ICE : 3 to 4 large bags of ice
Ice can be bought at any Ice factory around the Island. One is
located in Jalan Penarak , Kuah , and one in Padang Matsirat near Lucky Frozen.
PLEASE Note that if Hares want to have a half way stop or do anything that will cost money outside of the above items they MUST pay for it themselves.
The site of the HASH circle should not be in sight of a mosque or Malay village , have enough dry parking area and a large enough area for about 25 people to stand in a circle. Please remember that you (the hares) will need to be able to have all the drinks close at hand so a place to park a car near the circle is handy.
The general rule is to set a run that will take runners about 30/40 minutes to complete (4.5 to 6 KM ) false trails tend to slow down the faster hashers and again the general rule is that no more than 3 flour markers are set before the X ( approx 200,250m long) 3 to 4 false trails are about right. Please remember Langkawi has a wet season - be mindful of setting steep trails on muddy slopes in the wet season or if rain could be a problem.
A budget for the meal ranges from RM20 - RM22 per head.
Although not an exhaustive list, the following restaurants have welcomed the hash on previous occasions:
Scarborough Fish & Chips (Tanjung Rhu)
Shin Mei (Kuala Teriang)
Thien Sheng (Kuala Teriang)
Kapal Layar (Kuala Teriang - on road to Pantai Kok)
Fat Mum's (Bahagia Coffee House, Kuah)
Cactus (Pantai Tengah)
The Boat (Pantai Tengah)
Siti Fatimah (Nr Tok Senic)
Restoran Nelayan (Nr hospital on coast road)
Langkawi Fish Farm ( Penarak)
Kak Ee Lang (Trimula)