Seri Malaysia Sungai Petani
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... Grey tea. We went down to the piano bar at 6pm for a lovely display of Thai dancing before having our evening meal with a lovely American lady called Gillian, and Nuchjaree Thongdaeng, the lovely Guest Relations Manager from the train, a beautiful Thai lady who speaks perfect English. Will has definitely got his eye on her as a potential wife. Another lovely ...
... The food here is also very delicious, many street foods and food courts that are at street corners that have a bit of everything. Very good food, and have had a lot. Not sure what my favourite could be but definitely a lot of bests. Tomorrow morning we are heading to the east coast of Malaysia to another island but more of a beach island called the Perhentian islands. Should be a good relaxing few ...
... very interesting and well-presented. For dinner we walked in search of somewhere and unintentionally ended up at an Irish pub!
We're all pretty tired today (I know, it's one big holiday, how can we possibly be tired?, but in all seriousness this amount of travelling really is exhausting!) so we're having a fairly early night tonight in anticipation of a big day of sight seeing tomorrow.
... marina where and lunched where we had launched a few hours previously. We had rented the boat for a full-day excursion, so after lunch Hank suggested a trip around the leeward side of the island, to Georgetown and the port. Most of us were keen (we lost Keith, Lisa and Stephen who were not up for near-death-experience-at-sea part II), so we headed out and I quickly donned my life-vest and additional safety gear. The trip to downtown and the port was much calmer, and since we ...
... seemed they both had short term memory loss as the stop I should
have got off at was before the airport and not obvious. I wouldn't have
known to get off unless they told me, and they didn't. It wasn't until
we drove right past the exit for the airport that I got out of my seat
and asked them about the airport. They looked shocked and worried before
blaming me and pointing behind us, to where I should have gotten off,
speaking in Thai. They spoke ...