Eastin Hotel Penang
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... able to view the opening spectacle from our balcony,whilst enjoying a night cap! We are heading off to the Hungry Ghost Festival this evening with some fellow Australians who have an apartment on the 22 nd floor.They spend time here and time at home in Brisbane.They own the apartment and we had coffee with them the other day. The Hungry Ghost Festival starts on the first day of the seventh lunar ...
It's Heather with an update from Penang, Malaysia. While we definitely enjoyed the town, I have to share all the small (and not so small) travel hiccups we faced here. I mean, four months of smooth travelling, I suppose we were due...
1. The bus ride took longer than expected. We are used to this, but when a trip takes 2 hours longer than expected it is still annoying. Especially without snacks. On the plus side, the roads in Malaysia are great, so we ...
Franki is worried about the koi fish. The question is - can they exist on two slices of white bread a day. At home Franki buys expensive fish food for her goldfish. Do they appreciate how fortunate they are. Here in the foyer of the Banana Boutique guest house fifteen enormous koi swim endlessly round in less than six inches of water and they seem content with their meagre offerings. Just a few ...
... churches and government buildings I retreated into the air conditioned Penang Museum for a respite from the heat. The museum showcases the various cultures/races that have and still feature in Penang. After my respite in the museum I continued West to Fort Cornwallis. After exploring the Fort I found my first cache in Malaysia. Interestingly, one of the items inside the cache was a magnet from Brisbane! After the Fort, I admired the Queen Victoria Jubilee Clock Tower ...
... Malaysian and Chinese cuisine and walked about to the guesthouse, about a 45 minute walk.
Alarm is set for 6 and a taxi is arriving at 7 for a ride to the ferry dock. From there, we catch an 8:30 ferry to Langkawi, Malaysia and the first stop of two weeks on the beaches in the Andaman Sea.
From now until we arrive in Australia in about three weeks, it's only flip flops for me. The Nikes are packed away and have little use on the beach.