Travel Blogs from Pulau Penang
... to become the biggest name in designer foot wear. All the pieces of art we found helped us understand more of the Penang. There were art pieces with topics such as hawker stalls, barber shops, street workers and much more. As the day progressed the bikes became more annoying. All the roads were one way and it seemed we were always trying to go up them in the opposite direction. All the roads were uncrossable due ...
After a late breakfast we packed up our bags and checked out. Grace and I then went for a manicure (Miss Tiffin also had a pedicure!) before collecting Michael and hopping in a taxi to Georgetown. Our rooms weren't quite ready at the hotel so we decided to find some lunch while waiting. We had been warned by one of the waitresses at the hotel in Batu Ferringi that Georgetown is considerably hotter as there ...
... one travel adapter and plug four things in at once. I’m sure there are travel gizmos we could have brought but didn’t, too, but we’re getting by.
As for thoughts on places and experiences, I wanted to do a little comparison of Tasmania’s two main cities, Hobart and Launceston. Whitney and I had this discussion a lot about which city was better. Hobart is bigger, has much more going on, and is probably better for ...
... then cross the road to look at Chowrusta markets but find most things here are the traditional muslim dress.
A man tries to sell me 4 meters of gorgeous fabric.....but I don't sew well enough to do it justice.....I will think about it.
We are so hot we get a taxi back to our hotel and jump in the pool. We order lunch at the hotel as we are too hot to go back out.
We stay in for a couple of hours and chat to other guests.
We then go up to the room for a rest when ...
... We eventully found a nice place that had just opened, so everything looked new and the prices were good.
We had read everywhere that the best thing to do in Penang is to eat. So, in the evening, we took our time to find a nice place to eat. We chose an Indian restaurant. The food was really good. I'm kind of the biggest pussy when it comes to spicy food, so I ordered some nasi ayam (rice and chicken). I was glad the guy serving the ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Continental Pulau Penang
It was the place that me and my family used to stay at every month. And here I come back! Nothing change in the hotel but the memories of the hotel will always remain in my mind! Closed by to food and attraction. But quite far from beach but it is in the center of shopping!
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