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... dark and quiet all over this little town. Maybe this explains why not many people take the time to stay overnight here.
I wander by a hill that has a small amusement park on it. This is Friday night, but the park seems to be empty. The rides are lit up and some are spinning around, but there are no people.
There are only a few streets to explore in this small town . . . but ... there is a free WIfi Zone! How about that!
I finally find a ...
... park itself so when we arrived we booked onto a night safari. It turned out to be really ****! However it was a full moon and a nice night so we didn't mind too much. We did see a leopard cat and a civet cat (weasel coffee producers) which was cool but regular cows and a wild boar don't impress much really. The 4am wake up call from the Mosque next to our room was unexpected too but now I know why the crazy lady who gave us the keys was laughing when I said ...
... walk around the corner from our hostel!!! We took an 8 hour bus from KL to Penang and with the help of a very friendly bus driver we found our hostel without any trouble, Hooray!
Penang was not on our original plan to visit but we were getting a bit fed up with the big, hot Asian cities so we thought we'd change it up a bit. We stayed in a place called George Town which is a UNESCO World Heritage sight. Our hostel was in the Little India district which ...
... for a beak and after that things were much better.
We actually wanted to get dropped off at Butterworth, 4.30am we arrived, awesome. We hoped to catch the train into Thailand but the station didn't open till 7am. We ended up getting poached and agreed to a minivan.
At 7am we jumped into the minivan, only two other people, we crossed the border into Thailand and arrived at Hat Yai about lunch time. We take a small ...
The oldest city in Malaysia, full of heritage and tradition which is apparent from the crimson washed houses with french windows dotted around town.
Laid back couples sit admist multi-coloured petals in slow rickshaws that laze about town. Tunes blaring out from the speakers.
There are religious buildings everywhere churches, temples and mosques.
We stop at ...