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Travel Blogs from Georgetown
... for the afternoon, topping up our tans... As the sun went in we walked back to our room to change for dinner. That night we celebrated our successful day by eating at a posh (for us) restaurant and treating ourselves ... it was scrummy! Perfect end to a lush day.On Saturday we checked out of our room and caught the bus to the next town along, Georgetown. This town is now a world heritage site so we took the historical walk and checked out the ...
... and investigated Little India, refreshing Kats
memory of South Indian food such as idli and special utapam. We found Marks
Kaya toast with runny eggs on the way to New Lane Hawker food centre where we
found yummy Chinese dumplings and Chinese roast duck with rice.
At dusk we headed to the Botanical Gardens for
‘Music in the Park’, Indi had a good run around while we heard as much as we
could bear of the young girls singing ...
... little place and slept like babies until the next morning.
Now for the fun things: Georgetown is nice!! A bit messy but has great buildings, lots of museum, a big hill in the middle that I hope to check out today, lots of street food and our hotel which is cheap cheap cheap (we changed the next day to a new place) and to top it all off our street name is "Love Lane". We spent our first day walking around, (found a chocolate and coffee museum) and getting acquainted, ...
... weekly night market, but it poured. Apparently it hasn't rained here in a while, but tonight, it certainly did. Because of the rain, most of the regular street vendors didn't open. After walking about for about 20 minutes, we decided to take a taxi to the Monday night market only find out many of those vendors didn't show up because of the rain. We got a bit of food and walked back to our hostel. By this time it had stopped ...
... in Hat Yai to change buses and yes they did know and we did not need tickets. Bus left Hat Yai and drove to the Thai / Malaysian border. You first have to get off bus and go through Thai passport and customs control, you then get back on the bus and drive another few minutes to the Malaysian customs office. At this point you get off the bus, with your luggage and go to custom control who scan your bags. No one was looking at the scanner, ...
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