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As we left the park there was a little shop, Roy wanted some chips I noticed ice cream! Cold. Ice
Cream. I grab a bar and Roy goes to pay, many stores don't want you to eat ice cream inside
because it melts quickly, so I step outside. I see a monkey RUN down a tree and head for me.
now, I may not be the brightest kid on the block but I seen what they did to the lady with the bright
dress. I jump back in the ...
... point in the trip.
That night we were starving and the only food available late night was Indian food. I am not a big fan of Indian food (yellow curry specifically) but I have to admit I actually enjoyed it. A street dog followed us around our search for food. He wouldn't let us approach him but joined us for our little trek.
So, tomorrow we head to the Perhentian Islands...
... trains to Thailand (next on our list) we paid our $0.30 to get the ferry across to Georgetown itself. From there it was a 25 minute walk through the narrow streets full of wall art and sculptures, to our hotel for the night. We’d arrived earlier than expected (due to a new road out of Tanah Rata the trip takes 4 hours, as opposed to 6 hours) it was lunchtime, so we set out in search of some of legendary food. Our feet took us to ...
... is they love to eat & shop, shop & eat, maybe even eat while shopping. That’s really not that different than most of us I guess. And they don’t seem to feel the heat & humidity like the rest of us. I have lost count of the times I have seen locals wearing jackets or knitted jumpers while we’re sweating from places that don’t normally sweat.
KL bombarded us with shopping malls that are perfect for anyone who needs retail ...
... by Lonely Planet as #1 spot for foodies in 2014, it is no wonder to us why Penang is regarded as the jewel of South East Asia when it comes to food. It didn't take us long to find ourselves planning our days around three square meals, with a few light nibbles in between to tie us over. A good friend of mine from medical school, Hsein Wei, was kind enough to make the drive up to Penang from his hometown in Taiping, Malaysia, and introduced us to the flavours ...