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... courts which are lined with stalls selling a huge variety of food, all served up at your table. My food chosen, I fumbled when it came to ordering a drink. The waitress was adamant that she had the perfect drink for me, so I agreed, having understood none of the description she gave me. A green drink came. I gingerly took a sip. It was nice, tasting slightly like appley kiwi fruit. The waitress returned later with the fruit in question; ...
... the Thai-Malay border and then continuing the rest of the pretty monotonous and boring journey down to Penang.
I arrived late afternoon and was luckily dropped off right outside my hostel. I checked in and started looking what I could do there in the few days I planned to stay. I got chatting to Laura and Scott, an English couple travelling for a few months, and we all ended up going out for food at some of the street stalls. If there is one thing Penang is famous for ...
... that took place, there is no way I can describe the beauty of the landscape as we passed island after island through the still, clear waters, watching turtles pop up for air, dolphins breach the surface on their way past and the views from the hills on the islands. The pictures don't even do it justice, you simply have to go and experience it, before the crowds get there! We landed in Labuan Bajo on Flores late in the afternoon and had the choice of staying on the boat ...
Some well deserved beach time after the heat of Georgetown although we got a lot of unexpected rain ............. Our first impression of Bathu was the dirty wannabe hippies at the Lazy Boys hostel. Thankfully the real try hards didn't stay long. Everyone else was really cool and because it rained so much we all got to hang out and learnt a new ...
As the bus pulled in to the airport, I was the first one out and ran in
to the airport at breakneck speed. Luckily I knew the airport layout
which wasn't big and after running up the stairs with all my heavy
baggage on quicker than those standing on the escalator, I finally made
it to check in, with 2 minutes to spare! It was very close and I felt a
massive wave of relief when the airline staff finally checked me in and I
could sit down in departures. ...