1926 Heritage Hotel
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TravelPod Member Reviews1926 Heritage Hotel Georgetown
Great hotel in Penang- basic rooms but good price- loved the pool as Georgetown is very warm- a bit out away from the heritage district
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... a ride to Melbourne where old friends spoiled us with their generosity and then we took a camper van called Gary three and a half thousand kilometres from Melbourne to Perth. Camels, emus, kangaroos, koalas and snakes all added to the adventure. The Outback was indescribably beautiful and to the friend who told us to go via Flinder's Ranges, we are forever thankful! Smelling deadful and looking worse, the lovely Ella and her family took us in for two whole weeks and we learnt how ...
My decision to come to Penang was a little "spur of the moment". I booked my ticked to leave half an hour before I had to catch the taxi. I caught an overnight boat from Koh Tao to Surat Thani which was actually really good! Then it was just a minibus from Surat Thani to here in Penang... It was about 7 hours of driving but it was fairly painless. Arrived here in Penang at about 6 PM and me ...
... milk and nappies on the way we could see it was only open for
tours at certain times. There was a Trishaw man sat having a cigarette watching
us who offered us a city tour. We told him we couldn’t spare an hour now as
Indi would get tired but he could take us back to our hotel and pick us up
after Indi’s nap a few hours later.
The tour took us (mostly the wrong way) up little alley ways
containing street art, Kat loved the ...
... been longing to eat Dim Sum and he recommended Tai Tong as THE place so we'll give it a go. Later as we we walking back to the hotel on a street corner we met a man with a shambling and slightly stooped gait. He was down at heel, had a long beard, sandals and red marks on his hands and feet. It couldn't be could it? Not the second time in a day. He said that he'd spent the winter in Sumatra and was an American. A clear case of mistaken ...