An-Nur AnCasa Express @ Georgetown
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... order some fried rice. The food came very quickly and we ate it very quickly, I had 5 pieces of pizza! At 9 o'clock a DJ person came and played some music, after him there were some girls singing and they were really good! We stayed there for another hour and Jack bought us some of his delicious spring rolls before dad decided it was time to go to bed. We got ready for bed quickly because we were both tired but happy. I read my book for about half an hour before i fell ...
... to the picture that looks like a Roti but labelled Murtabak. His reply 'Brains', pointing down the menu -''Chicken brains, lamb brains, beef brains'. I stare at him in disbelief when one of his fellow colleagues comes to my rescue.
'What you want?''
'May I suggest Murtabak?''
'I don't want brains',
He looks very confused, so I relay the information that my first waiter gave me. He laughs his little head off and smacks the guy over ...
... s my best friend” and the other coming from what sounded like one of the staff “it's ok, don't worry, I've got your back”. After that ridiculousness settled down we finally fell asleep only to be woken up every hour (or less!) by the traffic whizzing by our “window”. I say window, but what it really is is an open area across the entire lower section of the road-side wall blocked off from outside ...
... to the North East of the island and it is crammed with amazing food and some brilliant art amongst the stunning backdrop of beautifully restored colonial buildings.
I had heard from a few people that the food here is amazing and it's true. There is good food everywhere. The old town is dripping with Chinese and Indian cuisine that smacks you in the chops and makes you dribble a little from the corner of your mouth. It really is that good. ...
... on top of the hill. We even caught a glimpse of 2 monkeys but they ran off. We went round a Bird Park and Ginger Garden which was full of Peacocks and Pigeons before we caught the train back down to the bottom where we decided to walk to the Kok Lei Si Temple - the largest Buddhist temple in SE Asia. It was a 20 minute walk and had a few steps but we eventually made it. Its hard to miss as it stands over a hill and contains a ...