Bellevue The Penang Hill Hotel
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... is not really what I would consider a garden.
Its lovely but very few flowers.
the paths meander up hills , around mounds, and down valleys.
it is a lovely jungle of trees , bushes, and vines,
the landscaping is restful , the shade you linger in and when a breeze comes up
It is hot and humid today.
a Dr would be hard pressed to find one toxin. In me .
This girl has learned how ...
Today Lisa and I grabbed some lunch at a local spot with dead ducks hanging above the stove. In most cases that would send people running the other way, but this place was packed and seemed to be a good spot for lunch. Since duck was what they are known for, I ordered some and was not disappointed again. Man it was good.
Larissa seems to have caught a bug and can't be more than a few ...
... before it finally settled down and we could sleep again. A very late wake up after the commotion last night. Not such a bad thing as we realise we have nothing to do today. As much as we like Penang, it doesn't offer much in the way of things to do. We have to spend the day in the hotel and watch a lot of episode of The Island with Bear Grylls. We would prefer to be doing something productive but unfortunately there isn't anything to do. At night we go to an amazing sweet shop ...
... kid or two, and given sage wisdom and council to great leaders in times of social unrest. Now retired, he previously served as an academic at the University of Science (USM) in Penang, and for a short period of time did so alongside my father in the late 1970s. Because of this, our time with Chin Lam had great significance for me, as it provided a link to a time in my parents lives that I have never known. Like any archetypal wise Eastern guide, there is a lot ...
... we didn't warm to it right away. Or possibly it was because we were staying on Tonsai beach (the only place we could afford) which is a little cut off from everything. You either have to take a "shortcut" over a rugged climbing path or a 30min walk up and down the sheer hills of the jungle path (which really should not be attempted in flip flops) to get anywhere else on Railay. This made our daily return journey a bit of a trial as our favourite part of Railay was right at ...