Bayu Emas Apartments
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... men and women pushing the trolleys of steaming fresh dim sum around the tables we were both rushing in to grab ourselves a table. It was a busy little cafe and being the only tourists the locals were confused as to why Kate was chasing the little man with the dim sum trolley around the room waving her camera around. Nicola was not quite recovered from a travel sickness pill she had taken about 40 hours before and sat at the table in a daze ordering some Chinese tea, ...
... the road. Both sides of the foot paths have little stalls flogging all manner of knock off stuff, watches handbags, perfumes, blah blah, usual stuff. Also there are a few fool halls that open up and even a fairground, with sideshows and kiddie amusement rises.
Since this beach is no good, tomorrow I'm going to take a hike through the jungle in the national Forrest up to monkey beach, it's meant to be pretty amazing.
As for my room ...
... to the nearby night market. The night markets were choc full of fake goods such as Prada purses and Mont Blanc watches. We ended up finding these awesome Malaysian style genie pants that were incredibly comfy. Spencer also bought what the store owner called "Happy Pants" which essentially are like Aladdin pants that are super baggy and loose and the top but cinched tight at the bottom.
Tomorrow we head off to Kuala Lumpur to go to our bungalows over the water. More to ...
... by day and by night.
The first clan house we get to is the Yap Clan House and temple. In a beautiful state of preservation the temple is open to visitors, the clan house however remains off limits to non members. Always a challenge for the nosey we would have loved to have had a look around, but we will have to join the Yap clan first, and I am not sure we have the time :0)
Next stop Khoo Kongsi temple which is just off cannon street. ...
... before a picturesque walk along the beach. We then spent a lot of time at a couple of bars drinking beer (me), smoking sheesha (favoured tobacco from a water pipe) and playing cards until midnight, right on the beach. A great evening! ...