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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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... are full of other tiny carts selling single items. We had a fried cake in the shape of a ball, full of ground peanuts. Doesn't sound like much, when written down I grant you, but they tasted divine. A slightly sweet sesame coating and the lightness of the rice flour dough saw to that. They cost 20p. The hawker markets are the best places to eat in the evening, unless you are my dad, in which case it's the local KFC - frequented by children and families ...
... He pulls into the bus stop with one very big smile
and a wave, he waits while we try to cross a very busy street.
He takes us back to the bus station , then up stairs , down stairs, thru pathways and back to the
Ride the the ferry over to Georgetown, walk aways to find our free bus at the station , then to
the Mall station .
Then our walk home
whew what a day.
... way while walking down the street was intoxicating. We’ve done a little sightseeing but it really has been about the food. I suspect the Facebook photos confirm that. When we weren’t eating we were doing some sightseeing so we could say that we have visited SE Asia’s largest temple – Kek Lok Si and had a few conversations with friendly locals who have been more than happy to chat with random travellers.
One in particular that stood out to ...
... ending! The strange thing is that the prices aren't consistent throughout the market. For example, looking at handbags, the ranged from 25RM (very few) to 390RM. Although one man did show me him lighting the leather on the bag to prove that it was real and it seemed to be so I'm still a bit confused about that one! One lady we bought from explained that there were 2,800 people from a cruise ship on the island today and another ...
... enlisted to help with this monumental endeavor. The dog’s parents stopped by Neil’s house with a box of chocolates and a bottle of wine to thank him for his assistance. Neil was bewildered that a vet had been imported all the way from Australia to do surgery on a Yorkshire terrier. He offered to give the dog a face lift.
In order to measure blood pressure you need a cuff, but you also need a sphygmomanometer (that’s the fancy name for the thingy ...