Cinta Sayang Resort
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... sendoff. The streets were closed, there were parades, free food and festivities. However it wasn’t meant to be. For me, Buddha’s Birthday was celebrated at the local hospital getting a quick check up & blood tests to make sure I didn’t have Malaria or Dengue, as there had been some symptoms over the last few days. I got the all clear so off I went for my final Beef Rendang before Pho becomes the staple for the next month or so.
... ending! The strange thing is that the prices aren't consistent throughout the market. For example, looking at handbags, the ranged from 25RM (very few) to 390RM. Although one man did show me him lighting the leather on the bag to prove that it was real and it seemed to be so I'm still a bit confused about that one! One lady we bought from explained that there were 2,800 people from a cruise ship on the island today and another ...
... for £20 was greater than ours but what a way to live.
So, our first few days in Penang were partially devoted to having a look around to see where we’d like to base ourselves for the remaining 12 days we had on the island before flying on to Koh Samui on 10th February. We popped into George Town, the capital of Penang and named after our very own King George III. The town was rather colonial in style and it was an okay ...
... tea fields would be much fun in the rain, at least not alone. I also feel like I didn't get the most out of Georgetown, I had high expectations of it from hearing other people talk about it, but staying in a quiet hostel and not being with the same people for more than a day meant that I spent a lot of my time there alone so got a bit bored. Guess it means I'll have to go back one day to experience Malaysia properly, what a shame!
... of the kindest people we have ever met are Syrian and the current situation is nothing short of tragic. As for Lebanon, Beirut has possibly the most glamorous people we have ever seen and by far the most expensive array of cars. The wine making skills are pretty good too! We got to witness the stupidity of war with bombed out relics from the civil war and unworkable farmlands covered in mines and cluster-bombs from more recent conflicts, but the optimism and positivity of the local ...