Palanquinn Heritage Suites
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... looking at around 150 tables! on the outskirts of the place were all sorts of food shops, even an Italian pizza shop! We picked a table to sit down at before a guy named jack came up to us and asked us where we were from. We told him we were from Australia and he said he had lot's of Australian friends. We got into a long conversation about anything and everything before he had to go serve someone at his shop. I went to go order some pizza while dad went the opposite ...
... eat here. My bravery and nonchalance surprises the both of us.
Now as I write, I am having a much nicer Roti experience. I left Aryan at the hotel, don't think I'll get him to an Indian street cafe ever again. I sit down and start to write, feeling the stares of the Indians behind my shoulder. But I don't mind as they are smiley, each one in the busy cafe telling me hello and welcome, they come to speak to me and one brings me a menu. I ask for ...
... us to our room. First impression of the place not so good... We were exhausted from our long day and tried to sleep, but were kept up by the loud party downstairs until it started to die down around 2am. I managed to fall asleep for about an hour when I was woken up at 3:30am by a cat-fight that broke out in front of the hostel. We were only able to make out 2 lines of the fight, one being choked out through tears ...
... of bedrooms, a bathroom and a half outdoor space....jackpot!! The place was so so nice to stay in and a welcome free treat after sleeping in far more modest places and dorms and I really wanted to make the most of the high quality hospitality. So we dropped the bags in and then headed out instead to explore Georgetown.
Georgetown is really nice and bursting with character. There is a huge area that is a maze of streets that makes up the ...
... this morning then we headed out on a local bus to Penang Hill. At the bottom of the hill there were loads of Hindu Women who had come to visit so we queued up for a bit before we caught the funicular railway up to the summit (1996m high). At the top, we enjoyed the views of the port and Georgetown as well as the mainland in the distance. We had lunch first (really cheap too!) then went to look at the Hindu temple and Mosque ...