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... pouring off us. We eventually managed to get a bus back and stopped to grab some food and get some more money out. On the way into the hotel we grabbed a cake each from the hotel cafe. In the evening we walked around little India and found a great little cafe where we had a great curry with rice and a ...
... of the old town to visit the"Blue" mansion, or the former residence of the Chinese tycoon Cheong Fatt Tze. Mr Cheong was born in 1841 and moved from Fukian province in China to Malaysia when he was 15. He built the most successful business empire in south east Asia back in those days. He worked with import export everything from soy, rice, flour to metal coal, etc. His business empire spread from Penang to Indonesia, Singapore,China and ...
... that look like leaves, a strange shape and not particularly pretty.....maybe a toad.
There were a group of 3 sitting together and daughter caught sight of movement as we walked away......when she looked back, it was just in time to see one of them eat the other one. OMG, legs hanging out as it's trying to gulp.
I was mortified and ran off to tell the staff....hoping that maybe they could pull it out.
One of them came running and when she saw the legs ran off to get the ...
... I'd also realised I was walking down the vehicle only ramp and tried my luck of waiving down the next car to head past, it worked, he actually skid to a halt. The man inside was a manager of a resort and on his way to the island for work, spoke excellent English and offered me to jump in. After a briefing of how to get to the public bus station after getting off the ferry it was time to get off. Getting to the bus I'd asked which one to catch to Georgetown, jumping ...
... sun came up me and Ann-Marie ventured through the Chinese market area (the Chinese historical depth in the area is why Georgetown is part of UNESCO world heritage site) looking for breakfast and snacks for our train ride later. We stopped at a stall beside the road getting a traditional Malaysian dish of fried up tuber, eggs, beans sprouts, fresh onion and a delicious sauce wrapped in a banana leaf. We also grabbed a peanut pancake for later ...
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