Chulia Heritage Hotel
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... if she speaks again.
I sit back and let Aryan order some dishes decorated with pretty shells and white rings (I have learned my lesson never to trust white rings). My three pork dumplings that Aryan manages to negotiate me are very nice - but not quite the dim sum feast that I was anticipating.
We have been doing other things aside from eating, another one of my favorite recreations - shopping. Although I have been thinking to myself that ...
... by an
aged man that had never seemed to have learnt the art of smooth driving. So we
jerked forward and back the hour to our hotel up in the Chinese district of
Georgetown. Our hotel looked surprisingly fancy. Mark had booked it while I was
sailing so it was all a surprise to me, it was even a surprise to Mark as he
hadn’t remembered paying over the odds for it. We were relieved to know we
hadn’t made a mistake and it was actually ...
... connects Penang island to mainland is spectacular at night (this bridge is 13.5km long, making it the 5th longest one in SE asia).
On our first day, we abandoned ourselves to the art of street photography. Well Iuri did, I just followed with my iphone. It was a lot of fun because the streets are quirky and happening. We also came across the chocolate and coffee museum, which was free, with free samples at the end so we stuffed our faces on free chocolate and then left with ...
... riding. It was a really great spot to relax for a little while. Our last stop today was the Batu Ferringhi night market, which spans over a couple kilometres. We bought some more DVDs and had dinner in a food court. This market is mostly clothing, gadgets, and art, so we didn't buy too much at all, but we did try a crispy pancake with a filling of nuts and sweet corn, which was okay. We caught the local bus and took it back to Georgetown, ready for sleep after a fun, spontaneous ...
... market, we made plans to go out. Since we hadn't managed to find time in the week to solve our iPad storage problem, Dave volunteered to stay at home to manually delete thousands of files while the other three went to the beach. Basking in the sunshine and swimming in the warm water it was difficult to imagine that just a week ago Sharon and Tony had been freezing in the UK. Despite a slight mishap with the white vinegar bottle (taken as a precaution for jelly ...