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... to protect the city. Captain Light was the guy who bought what is now Penang (on behalf of the Dutch East India Company) off the local Sultan.
We continued our journey north and had a look at the City Hall and an interesting war memorial that
included the normal world wars as well as the Malaysian Emergency and the Burma Death Railway.
To get a little bit of culture, followed our free tourist map to the State Museum to have a look at ...
... be perfectly fine in Curaçao with my newly gained knowledge of the Papiamento language (thank you Ayla), I am now able to hold a plank position for 2,5 minutes (thank you Lou), I can't help but laughing when an Asian person says 50 (or, pipty) and an egg roll will never be just an egg roll anymore. Sadly, they did have to leave and I moved on to Malaysia. At least, that was the plan. The Malay and Thai people started fighting at the border so ...
... on a slope and with a mountain behind. Penang hill is behind the house, but a long way away and the land here is flat. So, he had the slope built in to the house so the back is higher than the front. After an interesting, funny and enlightening tour it is off to our next stop, refreshments.
We head back toward the hotel,we stayed at during our visit for more of the local roast coffee, and on the way pass more street art. This one relates to the very famous shoe ...