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Travel Blogs from Kota Bharu
... station for any kind of egg or pancake - I ate 4 croissants today to celebrate the last day of staying somewhere with breakfast included) we packed up, checked our bags with reception and headed to the sun loungers to bask in the glorious sunshine....for about 15 minutes until I was drenched and dripping in sweat. It is seriously hot here and there is literally no breeze. With the cold germs settling in and all my sniffling on top I just ...
... a lion(dragon) dance. Love it. Make our way to the speed boat, our new carry on escorted by a man smoking a cigarette on a mo ped. Jin manages to balance and manouvre on board one boat with the carry on only to be told to board the boat it's attached too. Boat hopping and no bag going over board we are off. The waves extremely choppy, more than a few thuds, the amusements ride comes to an end. We are ...
... annotated map of the city with all the hidden gems marked on, I made my way down to the night market for some dinner. For some reason sitting on a bus all day had made me famished.
Day 114: Friday May 11th 2012
Things don't always go your way when your travelling as I was to find out today to my cost. Bad luck and oversights in planning can be costly, fortunately for me the cost in this case wasn't too high. ...
... olds were riding motorbikes. A truck driver pulled up to us nd
started mimicking sleeping, but we were confused because he didn't speak
any English. It turned out that he was offering us a ride to the
temple, and he was showing us the lying down Bhudda. It was supposed to
be a 3.5 km walk, but we got there in about five minutes. We ate lunch
at the only place in the temple and we ordered a nasi kerabu and a
... chinese/thai/burmese style. It was nice to walk around, except there were souvenir stalls absolutely everywhere, all offering the same thing...No I don't want a watch/handbag/I love penang T-shirt!!! One thing we both liked about Penang was the food. It really highlighted the mixture of cultures in Malaysia. Mike had the best aloo gobi and I had very nice butter chicken from a great hawker centre one night! Yum Yum.