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Travel Blogs from Georgetown
... The architecture is interesting and there are many wall paintings and little fun quotes all around the city.
Our first impression of Malaysia is a positive one: doesn't cost more than Thailand, the people speak english, the roads are good, the motorbike drivers wear helmets, everyone is greeting us with the nicest smile and hello, the food is abundant and the place quite clean by SE asia standards.
About Georgetown: It can be described as the melting pot of SE ...
... were told we were nowhere near the market and received a new set of directions. This continued a couple more times and each time we asked for directions we were told we were going the wrong way, even though we had followed the previous instructions we had received!
FINALLY, after likely walking in circles for a couple hours we found the market. It took us about 2 hours to find it and about 2 minutes to walk through it. ...
... He even started his own winery in Guangdong province after importing sapling directly from Europe. He was so patient the the first 3-4 batches of sapling shipped from Europe died and he kept trying and it's not until 23 years later of growing his own winery in Guangdong, he succeeded and tasted his own red wine? Mr Cheong wanted to take his German friend along with 3 of his Chinese friends on a 1st class ocean cruise sound South ...
... featuring numerous 1970’s greatest hits including several Simon and Garfunkel and Don Mclean tunes; things slowly deteriorated from there.
Friday January 31st was officially the first day of Chinese New Year, and we decided to celebrate (and work off our hangovers) by going kayaking. Why we hadn't learned a lesson from the previous days’ less than ideal nautical events and instead chosen an afternoon of shopping or hiking, I am still not sure. We ...
... cool until I realized that one was on the branch right near our heads so I decided that I was done with that little experience ahah. That was until we saw that there was a snake zoo and after being promised that all snakes were in enclosures we decided to venture in. The snakekeeper was the cutest old man who walked along with us and explained all the different snakes and how some were poisonous and how they attack. He then decided to go full snake charmer on us when he got ...
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