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... up carrying her suitcase. We boarded and slept on the ferry. The ferry journey was around 3 hours but it went really quick. At Langkawi ferry terminal it was poring down. we quickly got in a taxi to take us to our hotel. The hotel was really nice and was really close to the beach. We were really happy because we had a DVD player and could borrow films from the hotel. That afternoon, the sun came out, so we walked around ...
Far apart from the glitz and glamour I imagine in Kuala Lumpur's main terminal building, the LCC [Low Cost Carrier] airport terminal is terrible. The layout is extremely confusing, the hangar-style building is dark, wrong check-in information is displayed on the boards, flight delays are not announced, the ATM (which I needed to use) had been ripped out leaving only a dangling cable, the pay phones (which my plane neighbour needed to use) ...
... Hill. We rode the funicular to the top of the hill, pretty steep and pretty fast, where the view over Penang is quite spectacular. It was also much cooler up there as well. We took a short golf buggy ride around the top to enjoy the views and then we came down again.
We'd had enough activity by then so it was back to the pool for a swim, a mojito and a bit of a laze. We still had two more street art features to find but ...
... stayed in Georgetown, another Unesco World Heritage site, famous for its multi-cultural society and amazing street food. The local museum outlined that whilst Penang was a British Colony in the 19th century there was an influx of immigration to the town from across Asia including Jews, Arabs, Indians, Chinese and many others in addition to the local Malays, all of whom settled in Georgetown and this has subsequently impacted the local culture, in particular the food, where ...
... the scores of tourists wandering from chain restaurant to chain restaurant, replaced by locals going to places serving original Malaysian food. Our hotel had a shared bathroom and a very hostel like feel, something we would become accustomed to during our time in Malaysia. Thankfully we had air con as both the heat and humidity had risen as we got closer to the equator. In the evening we hit the food market. With hawker stalls serving ...