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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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... like. Another hour went by and we stopped again and an older dirty looking bus pulls up next to us and the driver says something that's not English then everyone gets off. We realise we have to swap bus for some reason. We were last on because we had to get our bags and the only spot was down the back. This bus sucked and stunk and was so loud. Being at the back was hot as well from the motor. Lucky it wasn't long till we got to what we thought was Penang. Everyone got out so ...
... of Georgetown, where footpaths don't really exist or sre used as shop fronts instead, I found my hostel, the Ryokan. I left my bag there and went to explore. Since my hostel was near the end of the walking tour I started at the Protestant Cemetery and made my way east. Walking the walking tour backwards made the already difficult task of trying to navigate streets that all look very similar more difficult. As a result, I did have to retrace my steps a little. After ...
... sich das Chinesische Neujahr über zwei Wochen hinzieht und der größte Umzug an dem Tag stattfindet, an dem wir weiterreisen wollen. Leider ist unsere schöne Wohnung nicht verlängerbar und wir müssten uns für eine Nacht etwas anderes suchen.
Kein Thema, oder? Ist doch schnell gemacht. Und wann hat man schon mal die Chance, Chinese New Year zu erleben?
Aber wisst ihr was? Wir sind müde! Müde davon, Unterkünfte zu suchen, Busse zu buchen, zu entscheiden, wo ...
... chunk out of it on more than one occasion. I was in front of the kayak meaning I paddled and Candace had to steer. Despite her claim that she had extensive kayaking experience and was comfortable steering the boat, the actual outcome was quite different. We first went to see the floating mosque and then visited a small island about a kilometer offshore. I think we covered about 10x the distance we needed to as we went in a zig-zag pattern all the way to the mosque and then all the way ...
... Island itself for our first encounter with the water buffalo (and potentially man) eating giant lizards. We took a trek through the forest, our guides (who were only armed with big forked sticks) showing us the flying tree lizards along the way. Unfortunately we didn't spot any dragons on our short trek but did see some at the end who apparently stick around the visitors centre. We took some pictures with them and got out of there before one of them mistook Lozza for a ...