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... Malaysia I thought my brand new mini pad was on the fritz
because nothing was being marked.
Went to computer store in a couple of places and they both said the same thing.
only Cities and Towns and Very important places will show up named.
Internet in Thailand is really cheap, but not so here.
we also really like the food in Thailand where it's more bland here .
The street stalls here ...
... of killing a few hours so it was about 10pm by the time we left. I was very hungry by this point so went in search of street food. Many vendors were starting to close by this time but I found one guy who serves me some very tasty looking noodles and spring rolls. All for about 75p! The only issue was that they only gave me chop sticks. After a short YouTube video I slowly but surely ate my noodles and can see why people enjoy Penang's street food so much. 12th May - We ...
... Hill. Perhaps Penang Hill's only other feature is its owl museum, which turned out to be about as interesting as it sounds (although according to official promotional material, it is "owlsome"). It's beaches at Batu Ferringhi are a holiday hotspot for tourists from the Middle East, and World Heritage listed area, Georgetown, is home to some stunning architecture and colonial-era history. But at the end of the day, our love affair with Penang is a culinary ...
... by planks of wood. All of these were laid out in the street. I guess he must have been having some alterations done. As the pile grew a truck pulled up and all the bricks and pieces of woods plus some buckets were put into the truck and taken away . We walked down to the bus station coming across Little India on our way and these markets . I loved it and made Tim walk around as I took some photos. definetly want to go back ...
... into little India filled with the smell of spice and incense and the sound of Bollywood blaring from shop fronts. We walked past Muslim mosques, Christian churches and Hindu temples, grazed all day on amazing food rustled up by street side vendors and finished the day with a tour through the 19th century Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion owned by a man who at the time was richer than the whole of China. Thursday was filled with much ...