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Not bad, but came probably with unrealistic high hopes. Seems to be very popular, but didnt say anywhere else so can't compare to the competition...
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Today I walked, in the heat. And bloody hell was it hot. Apparently it's el nino at the moment and even the locals are complaining.
So hot that right now that I've moved to laying on the cold tiles in the dorm. There is ac, but my body temp is still that high I'm sweating at a rest.
So today, what did I see while walking? All the …
The morning of my departure from the Perhentian Islands was normal, weather was overcast but ok. Got up early enough to allow time for some breakfast before the boat came to get me at 8am. Ordered my breakfast from my own Resort as I thought it would save time and also with the knowledge that the staff knew I was leaving on the 8am boat so I'd have …
Penang is an island in the north-west of Malaysia, which is accessible by air, sea or land, we chose the land option and got the opportunity to see an awesome suspension bridge, which at 12km is one of the longest in the world (little fact for you there). The bus journey from Kuala Lumpur took about five hours; ironically the journey was longer in …
Leaving our extremely relaxed guest house on lake Toba wasn't easy.....we paid an average of 15pounds per day for all food and accommodation and really enjoyed our lazy 6 days there. We have to get going, our visas run out tomorrow and in a week we'll be in Australia!
Straight back on the travelling saddle then, we get up at 7, eat, pack, check …
Pulau Penang, Malaysia was not an important stop. Like what happens to so many travelers, I should imagine, Thailand had sucked me in well and truly leaving me wanting to come back for more. I had already extended my Thai visa via the Ranong, Burma visa run and wanted to see something of a different country, albeit for the short time of renewing...Georgetown, Pinang, Malaysia qualifiedtravel