Four Points By Sheraton Penang
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... Thailand. I saw a huge temple roof in the distance and thought that must be Kek Lok Si. Soon locals were telling us to get off the bus and we made our way to the temple. Boy was it grand. Shops littered the walkway to the temple but soon we were near the entrance. There was a pagoda with TONS of turtles of different sizes and shapes swimming in the pond or laying out on the concrete. Occasionally they would look up at ...
... we'd noticed this on Cenang Beach as well. We put this down to the fact that Malaysia appears to have a large Muslim population and I have no doubt that the meat (some of it pork anyway) isn't halal. Whilst this is inconvenient for us, we did come up with a back up proposition. The old school small cereal cartons you used to get in 8 packs and some milk. Apparently they're designed this way to eat out the packaging within the box anyway so we didn't ...
Today I woke up by myself, it felt good being able to wake up by myself for a change. Once I was awake it didn't take long for dad to wake up and tell me I could have 5 more minutes in bed. As soon as the 5 minutes was up, dad told me to have a shower and get dressed. When we were both ready for breakfast, we headed upstairs to have some honey on toast ( not as nice as my usual breakfast in KL but it would do. ) Once breakfast was done, we headed back to our room when I ...
... good and bad neighbourhoods. We ate dinner at quite a disgusting restaurant, if you go to Penang, do not eat Mushroom Ramen! After dinner we went back to our hostel for an early night. The next day, being the 2nd May, we met John and Claire at their hotel as we had planned to hike around the National Park jungle to reach a deserted beach. However I woke up feeling pretty terrible. We have had 2 months and probably more whilst we were in Australia of very high temperatures and lots ...
... This was the first school established anywhere in South East Asia and is almost 200 years old. We played at the Penang Science University Hockey Stadium.
The match turned into a bit of a goal fest. NPBHS were up 5-1 at half time, with Nick, Orin, Jakob and Curtis (2) scoring the goals. About 5 minutes before half time the heavens opened and the turf was flooded by half time. As ...