Hotel Equatorial Penang
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... for one week in total. We found out it is Tax Free so we have definitely chosen the right place for xmas. We also research a bit of Japan. Didn't leave the flat till 5pm for Georgetown, the capital of Penang. We read about a hawker centre in the book called Esplanade. It was raining when we got off the bus and walked through Little India. When we arrived we were so disappointed. There was little variety and the place looked dirty. We left quickly back to Little India and went to ...
... came in the back of the plane) coming in the opposite direction.
It was a very bumpy flight with no entertainment (guess it was all before take-off). Oh well, it makes for a story, no pictures though.
After landing in Penang, customs etc., made our way out and flagged a taxi. The driver was very informative and provided a few hints for our stay and mode of transportation. The hotel (Berjaya Penang Hotel), you thought the plane story ...
... perhaps have breakfast out. We are heading into the Hungry Ghost Festival so over the next few days I will discuss the story behind this significant Chinese Festival and share some photos. The smoke has returned again this afternoon and we have lost all visibility from our balcony. The school children are on holidays this week so the pool area here is very busy. Most people have returned home after Hari Raya and it will be a little more sedate when the children return to ...
Once we had made it through the taxi hawkers who were quite aggressive in vying for our business, we headed along waterfront past the Queen Victoria Clock tower. Unfortunately the clock tower was finished only a couple of days before she died. It’s about 80 feet in height, with each foot representing a year of her reign.
After the clock tower we had a very quick look at the exterior of the fort that was constructed by Captain Francis Light in ...
... here we took a day trip to Koh Phi Phi (including Maya Beach, where 'The Beach' was recorded) and rented some scooters to explore the island. We didn't really get more active than this. About 70% of our time was still dedicated to the magical process of tanning and when the sad time came that my friends had to leave, you wouldn't have found them back in a swimming pool full of chocolate. Mission accomplished. As for myself, I still don't speak any Thai but ...