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... was the town we got off at in the hopes of getting a wreck dive in, except it was the beginning of Ramadan where muslims don't eat from sun up to sun down, and the town was 99% muslim. The quest for food took over as #1 priority as we were both hangry as hell. On top of this, we checked into a dodgy hotel where all our money and most of our electronics quickly went missing from our room. We got ...
Thursday 12th June.. we woke early to begin our loooooong journey to Penang in a mini bus. We had expected to stop to for lunch but we had no such luck and to Jonathan's despair we had to survive on a packet of crisps... We crossed the border and eventually made it to Penang where we were dropped off at a bus stop not our room as we had been told... grrr! We jumped on a bus to Batu Ferringhi where we were staying and desperately searched for our ...
... had kept the original tiles intact! It was interesting to be able to read part of this man's will and see that out of his 14 children and 8 wives, only 3 names were mentioned in the entire 9 page will. This was definitely an interesting tour!
As we left the mansion, we were heading back to the hostel so I could change out of flip flops and into shoes since we were planning on walking a lot today. However, when we were outside the mansion, we began speaking ...
... ceremony with great small cupcakes and water and after that it was picture time. His family, her family, his siblings, her siblings, his relatives, her relatives, his friends, her friends... It went on and on and on and on ;) But it was so much fun!
Then it was about time the photographer was going to take wedding pictures of Jon and Rachel. I'm curious how they will turn out! Justine and I went shopping, after having lunch with Aurore and her sister at ...
... homes. This mass movement sees thousands of people return to Penang, with roads and public services full to bursting and restaurants closing. We were expecting things to start with a bang, and they did. George and Apple and even the cats were petrified. Fire crackers went off at all times of the day and night, causing George to either bark loudly at the door or cower at our feet depending on whether it was day or night. At 12 o clock on New Years Day, fireworks lit up the ...