SS-Inn Penang Homestay

34, Jalan Jones, Georgetown, Pulau Penang, Pinang, 10250 , Malaysia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Georgetown

Saya Lapa - Time to Makan

A travel blog entry by noseafood on Jun 20, 2014

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... with the menu. 'He has no English' chuckle chuckle chuckle. He then retells the story to the dish washer. They chuckle in unison.
'There's no brains ,pointing to menu, No even human brains!'', hitting the poor guy over the head again.

My Roti type thing comes and it is delicious. Hannes would go crazy for it! (My fellow Roti loving friend from Germany who comes to my mind alot throughout this trip). Filled to the brim with Chicken, egg and onion ...

Tapau Fest

A travel blog entry by gr0p3r on Jun 14, 2014

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... and a bigger crowd and apparently this venue "is hers".
It was a nice venue for a concert. The botanical gardens, it's an old quarry, so the back drop to the stage was a sheer cliff and surrounded by rain forest.

It was good. I didn't know any of the bands or what they were singing. Still, the music was good. It was fun and something you don't get to do every ...

Welcome to Malaysia!

A travel blog entry by luciecox on Apr 18, 2014

318 photos

... and from there we can reach Georgetown by ferry. We liked the name Butterworth so we decided to go (no really we had no choice so we decided to go). The trip was 1h45min long and we got dropped off right next to the ferry terminal. We made our way and waited and waited... The ferry came and there it was, the promise land: Georgetown. We had of course, no hotel reservation, just what you need at 23h15. We started walked and checked a few places way too fancy for us and then we found ...

A Spontaneous Tour

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Apr 01, 2014

2 comments, 21 photos

... painting works from the beginning of the process to the finished product. The process can be done by hand or with simple pattern machines and can take a few weeks depending on how quickly everything dries. A wax is placed in a pattern on the fabric to be removed at the very end of the process, revealing the pattern in either white or various colours depending on if the background is painted first or not. We we able to see someone hand painting a large tablecloth ...

John of Burma

A travel blog entry by jackdrury on Mar 01, 2014

1 comment, 29 photos

... something to do with electronics.

We talked back and forth, mostly about his Burmese homeland during our four-and-a-half hour bus ride from Kuala Lumpur to Georgetown, on the island of Penang. When we arrived, John took us under his wing. He motioned for us to follow, then walked ahead, coaxing us, like a mama dog does with her pups. There was another bus stop around the corner and across the ...