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... low to bow when we are the guest/ customer?
*We realise now that the roadside stalls are only manned when there is a product to sell. Sounds obvious really. Today, some but by no means all, have pineapples piled high. It must be pineapple season. We have been very surprised about the lack of exotic fruits in SE Asia. Currently there is not a mango nor a papaya to be seen. We had thought the wonderful warm humid climate could produce fruits all year round. ...
... stopped for a second breakfast, it was funny seeing all the same outfits we saw in Kolkata being sold here and the smells of Indian cooking so concentrated. It was like being back in India, just a lot cleaner!
China Town where we went into one of the clan buildings. The Koo clan built an amazingly decorated temple and meeting house, they were originally from a small town in the Fijian area of China, but had been in Penang for 8 generations so, one of the ...
... 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 ...
... many cultures it certainly offers lots of food choices. Being a foodie I think I was in heaven even with my "******" night. Being a little bit disappointed with my hostel, the terrible unfriendly Chinese staff that was working there and the lack of this country's identity I found myself instantly walking to Little India. Within blocks my senses were on over drive again with the loud blasting Bollywood music, the smells of in scents and spices, and the hustle and bustle ...
... was any food around even if it meant getting back on to the ship). We stumbled across a random little food shop across the road from the dock. Since we had no idea what we were ordering, we opted for noodles with vegetables. It was a little spicy, very juicy and oh so yummy.
We boarded the ship with full stomachs and ready to head to our final Malaysian ports.
Penang is named after the betel nut tree which grows across the island.