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... food we have ever had in Malaysia. Satays and Roti at Sole Cafe. After a ridiculously long wait it arrived. Not going to go into it but not worth the money we paid and if it were Australia it would definitely have gone back. Luckily didn't cost much about $4 aus. A quick trip to the supermarket and we headed back to our new chalet. Were still somewhat surprised by the customer service or severe lack of it. After speaking to the ...
... it around 11:30 and relocated to the shade of the Prom deck. She'd had enough by half 12 so we sat for a bit then had a bit of salad from the Orangery for lunch. Black tie do again tonight and the Captain's gala party so free drinkies again :-) This afternoon they have Bill Giles the ex BBC weatherman talking, we've seen him before and he's quite funny so we'll head off there at 3 in the Curzon. Talk was good and quite funny, spent the rest of the afternoon in ...
... everywhere on the streets which is a great introduction to the Malay kitchen. Accommodation and food is even slightly cheaper here compared to Thailand. I have a bit trouble getting used to the new currency, and from Malay ringgit I convert first to Thai baht, before converting it to euros. This might get complicated later on when I travel multiple Asian counties in a row... As Penang has more to offer than the city Georgetown, we rent a scooter to explore ...
... week shooting at people or running them over. Even worse, he tries to tell me about it starting sentences with 'I know you don't really understand because you're a girl but, I was in this helicopter and ......... (and reenacts it) -Jumping off things into water/ being in water, you just can't stop him, regardless of weather or attire -Motor sports, watching them, talking about them (talking at you while you think of Jensen Button) and again starting sentences with 'I know you don't ...
... wanted we couldn't do much.
Having enjoyed our time here and
deciding we were liking Malaysia we headed back to mainland, catching
our bus and heading to Kuala Lumpur; first big city since Bangkok
back in December!
Rent a car/scooter in Langkawi, the
island is small and easy enough to explore on your own and it is a
cheap way to get about. They seem to charge by boat, in Langkawi for
the bat cave tour and in Penang national park to get from ...