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... for all the wrong reasons this time, but soon a mechanic arrived and towed us (with a very short chain) to his workshop. He was able to get Skippy started and insisted we take Skippy to an Isuzu dealership, which there happened to be one of in the town of Alor Setar, where we were.
The Isuzu dealership was very large, very modern and the staff were impeccably dressed. Des asked the service manager, who spoke ...
... bit from the bus, yeah few old colonial buildings and Chinese temples, but didn't look too amazing, not exactly Rome... So I caught the ferry back to Butterworth on the mainland and had a pslava trying to get a bus to Langkawi. Apparently I'd have to wait 6 hours for the next direct bus to Kuala Perlis where the ferry goes from! Scratch that, so I then Sussex out I could Gert the bus to Alor Star for a connecting ...
... the ferry back, or even do a day trip back on the ferry when the museums are open.
I had to ask around at the bus terminal where to get a bus to take me to the city centre. I wanted to take ...
... the museum), but the building is really spectacular.
After a full day of site seeing, it was back to WNS Homestay where preparations for a party with Shari's family were under way. Shari's sister made most of the food, and 1,000 chicken and beef satay were ordered to feed the hungry crowd of 50 people. Needless to say, there were leftovers (which guests took home, and provided us breakfast for the following day).
A great first day in Alor Setar!
... Perlis, the coast town from which we'd take the ferry the next morning. So, in only one more hour or two, we arrived there, thinking we would be able to find a quiet sand beach in which to camp on, or, at least, a decent cheap hostel as a plan B. Just a km or so before getting to the town center, we stopped in a food court to feed our starving bellies.
Never should have stopped though, for when we returned to the bike to make it for the last ...