Hotel Rosa Passadena
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... sure if the restaurant owners wanted me feeding a stray at but oh well! The boat ride was uncomfortable but stable as the boat sailed across the numerous bends of the river. It was really low tide so all sorts of rocks, branches, and islands jetted out of the water. Plus the edge of the boat was inches away from water level which made for an interesting ride. It felt like we were going to sink at all times but these are typical Asian ...
... and I were satisfied with the tour. Even though it was quite expensive it was a good value for money.
In the evening we had a meeting with the girls with whom we spent the first part of our tour. They seemed to be nice so we thought it could be entertaining to get to know them a little bit more. Since we arrived in Malaysia we wanted to try a meal called “steamboat” which is actually more Chinese than Malay. In any case it is a social thing so it was perfect ...
... one of my fondest memories was the hot pot (meal where you have a small stove and a pot where you cook the food - meat, fish, seafood, vegetable - yourself) and after speaking about it all the time my wife got pretty excited about it but we left KL disappointed without finding the hot pot on the menu. Lenka however searched the net and found out that Cameron Highlands is full of restaurants serving the 'steamboat' as it is known ...
... on the island of Penang we found a pamphlet that gives pictures and describes the street food so it was easier to decide what to eat at the local food stalls and restaurants. The first day I tried the Char Koay Teow which is a delicious flat rice noodle dish with garlic, prawns, bean sprouts, egg, chives and soy sauce. It reminded me a little of the Pad Thai (noodle dish) in Thailand. Devon tried the Penang Laksa which is a thick ...
... a steep, upward trajectory. All in all, I think I earnt my jam and scone. Tomorrow I have to go back to Kuala Lumpur - a 4 hour bus ride from here. One final note- So far this blog has had over 200 visits, (no, my own logins are not counted!) but except from my family, I have no idea where these have all come from. So if you've made it this far through this entry then a) Well done! And b) please leave me a comment so I know who you are and don't bore you with all these stories in person! Thank you ...