Georgetown City Hotel
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Well, we are back after 36 years! Never thought we would be returning to the place where we spent our honeymoon all those years ago!
We have booked an "Around the Island" tour today so we can get to revisit some of the places we went to last time (if they are still standing!). We are particularly excited as our tour takes us through the ...
... felt a bit cooler up there but we still ended the time there were a cold beer and a mango ice cream. Down we went and on the bus back to George Town. We rested for a bit and then headed to Red Garden for dinner. We were hungry and got a little from multiple stalls. Delicious and so fun! The live music started and that was great too. You don't have to be great to entertain people and bring people joy! It was such a great ...
... room any time there was hot water in the room. We each brought a couple of pouches home. Add-on later: I went on Amazon and found a way to buy this stuff from home!
The temples were the first of many Budhist temples that we would visit on this trip and it is where I began to get my first inkling of the many variations of Budhism and the complexity of the faith. This has launched me into a research project.
The Thai temple in Georgetown ...
... which made for good photos of the mountains but a potential deterrent for staying to watch the city light up at dusk. Conscious that Vicky had been in bed during this whole time I jumped back on the bus and made my way back.
Perhaps sod's law when I made it back to the guesthouse Vicky was in the shower - a good sign in itself. Thankfully feeling much better now we went out to get some tea, opting for subway as it could be as little or as much as ...
... see some live music he had heard about. The China House Café was a deceptively large place. From the front it didn't look like much, in fact we managed to walk straight past it without noticing it at first, but it goes back for what seems like miles, like a small labyrinth of rooms with different atmospheres; a fine dining restaurant in the front, through to a trendy café, a room full of art, a Chinese garden and a bar area at the ...