Cinta Sayang Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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I left the Perhentian Islands with the best memories. For me it is the most beautiful beach place I have been to so far travelling. Such unspoilt paradise. Although the accommodation is borderline inhumane it is all worth it for the crystal clear waters and pure white sand beaches. It was an early start as we were getting the early boat from the island. It is very lucky ...
... started with another long bus ride to the Kek Lok Si temple. The last part of the bus ride was crazy as the bus had to go down a street that was also a street market. There seemed like only centimetres between stalls and the bus. The temple was a bit of a disappointed. The guide that recommended I visit said to allocate a few hours to explore everything there but after about 1.5 hours I felt I had seen everything I needed to see. Each ...
... destroyed in Malaysia because of logging (much of it illegal) and farming and population growth. The oil palm trees have been planted where rainforest once was. Around noon we are in Georgetown, Penang. Georgetown is the 2nd largest city in Malaysia. It was the first British settlement in the Malaysian Peninsula in 1791. LI and I get off the bus at the end of the route in Penang. I have instructions how to get to the hostel I am staying at. Together we walk ...
... in cabin bags in case our luggage goes missing.
Going home we wont have to.
We then shower and head back up to Prangin mall to pick up Staceys tablet from Hong Kong Videos. We bought it last Christmas in KL and the battery wasn't holding.......just under warranty, they are sending it off to be replaced.
It is here ready for us and we make other purchases for birthday gifts and a power bank for the tablet.
We then head ...
... much on time to our agreed meeting spot which seemed to be a bit more dodgy at night. We agreed to head to little India and see what they had to offer food wise there. We couldn't spot many restaurants but eventually found one of those fusion places and the food ended up being to die for. The tourist books got it right, food in Penang is A +. The Russian girl introduced me to this Indian milk drink called a "Lassi". The drink helps sooth the mouth ...