Cinta Sayang Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... into overdrive on those irritating extras.
Nevertheless we have paid and committed and we can now enjoy an extra day in George Town which is a real bonus.
The outdoor terrace at Banana Boutique was thronging with people on a "visa run" from Phuket. This unusual phenomenon has been created by the Thai immigration authorities whose insistence on granting short but unlimited (virtually) consecutive visas leave gaping loopholes.
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... there were so many that we had to order three or four dishes to share at each meal. She even went off on her own to track down a particular noodle soup that could only be found in Penang on our last afternoon as we'd not come across it during our food outings around town, fortunately she came back satisfied after finding the food stall in question yet still managed to eat dinner a couple of hours later, what a fatty!
Penang was also another Rick Stein destination ...
... it they must have been fakes) this was turning into a sketch from Benidorm! All we needed was a token person in a wheelchair, wait a minute there's one just a little further down the street. So I have decided langkawi is for nobs to "find themselves" while traveling the tourist route collecting the same **** as everyone else and people who want a slice of what Benidorm used to be like. A little nostalgia! GET ME OUT OF ...
... oms". Nestled in a more secluded part of the island the retreat offered morning mediation sessions, two daily yoga classes, two delicious and healthy buffet meals along with gym access, a beautiful pool and peaceful grounds to simply chill out! I really enjoyed my time here and felt the tightness of my limbs slowly release as I learnt and tried a variety of poses... which, of course, looked NOTHING like ...
... the view wasn't as clear as we hoped but still well worth seeing. We took a further walk up, where we saw monkeys and residential homes for those who live on Penang Hill. Once we were back on ground level we walked a short distance to some street food stalls. We had a combination of starters to try and then Nasi Goreng. Next to visit was the famous Buddhist Temple, Kek Lok Si. The Kek Lok Si Temple is a Buddhist temple situated in Air Itam in Penang and is one ...