Georgetown City Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
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Travel Blogs from Georgetown
... Not the feminine prespire that you daintily pat off your
brow. Or the man size that you wipe with a kerchief. This is giant size not one toxin left ,drenched!
forget trying to keep your hair looking nice. I wear the wet and frizzy look.
a fan , electric or hand powered has become my best friend.
these shade trees I have really fallen in love with. They are beautiful and have I mentioned ,
shady? Ahh wonderful ...
... a toilet so Lisa and I headed out to the coast to visit a butterfly farm and temple. Unfortunately, both were closed. The trip out there was fun and it was a nice day. The further outside of the city we got, the friendlier the people were. We saw some old buildings, ate some local fruit and walked for miles to get there. Along the way I told Lisa that I was all done with Georgetown and ...
... all sorts of weird sweets and candied fruits. You can try anything before you buy so we were in there for quite a while! Afterwards we went to get some street food and it didn't disappoint yet again. Being so bored has driven us a bit mad so we are excited to move on tomorrow. Not to say we haven't enjoyed our time here but four days was too much time. 13th May - Off to the airport for our flight to Krabi. Flying away from Krabi to Kuala Lumpur first then on to Krabi after a short ...
... Chin Lam than meets the eye. Whilst at one moment informing us that he has difficulty with his night-time vision (whilst speeding us through the darkened backstreets of penang in a 1970s Mercedes with no seat belts in the back...and certainly no airbags to think of), the next moment he is setting off down the shops on his motorcycle, which he uses to run his errands around town and take himself to badminton (which he plays three times per week). He also seems ...
... end of Phra Nang Beach, about as far as you could get from our place of stay. Still it was worth it because that small stretch of beach is almost deserted as the walk is too far for most day trippers (there are lots of those to Railay) who are content to stick to the first piece of sand they see. It's also the best bit of beach to go swimming as there are cool little alcove and small patches of beach only accessible at low tide a short swim away. But as stunning as the ...