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... 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 ...
... ruined because of a rain storm but the view from the cable car on the way up more than made up for it. We also visited the seven wells waterfall and Manshuri's tomb who was wrongly convicted of adultery and executed. She placed a curse on the island for seven generations which has recently expired thus explaining Langkawi's current prosperity. From Langkawi we travelled to Penang one of the food capitals of the world. It did not ...
We started our day today as planned by heading to the Cheong Fatt Tze mansion, also known as "Blue Mansion". This enormous home with 38 rooms, 220 windows, and 5 open air courtyards, once belonged to tycoon Cheong Fatt Tze who was originally from China. As a young boy, he struggled to read due to dyslexia and even by the age of nine, his father and grandfather, both of whom were teachers, could not help him learn to read. At 12 he decided and declared that he would become ...
... as the previous temple, but has a special place in the spiritual lives of the Chinese living here.
Time for more street art and it seems that cats are a popular theme, although we are not sure what the poor cats did to upset Bruce Lee so much. There were also giant paintings of cats and a cat with a rat offering him a mouse. The minions got very excited as we found some minion themed art, but they couldn't get near some of it due to the ...
... until last and had a small after party for Jon and Rachel. We took hilarious pictures and chatted.
Some, nice-to-know things ;)
- Rache wore three dresses during the day, one for the ceremony, one for the tea ceremony and one for the dinner. Normally a bride even changes halfway during the dinner.
- They had about 30 tables with 10 seats each during the dinner. So around 300 guests and I considered it a huge wedding, while they actually thought ...
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