International Citizen Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... madness. It did not last long,we had had a huge day so we caught a taxi back to our apartments. Yesterday we flew back to Penang,we unpacked and headed out for supplies. We had dinner at Long Beach and explored the night markets for a couple of hours. Today has been a go slow day,Bernie and I visited the Fruit and Vegetable Market this morning and we attended to some chores. This evening we are heading off to the Seven Terraces Restaurant to celebrate Bernie's ...
One day left! We are stopping in Penang, an island and a state of Malaysia, on the way back to Singapore and our return flight. We have all decided Malaysia is a wonderful country, relatively unscathed by the wars that have plagued the other countries for centuries, (except for the Japanese occupation during WWII). It has a more or less democratic government, which appears in various incarnations from enlightened to ...
... the day. This time I took an umbrella which helped a little. I covered some of the same streets looking for new street art - not always easy to find. Also went to Fort Cornwallis a fort built in 1789 and named after the Governor in India working through the British East India Company. This was not the same Cornwallis who fought for the British in the Revolutionary War. The fort was pretty interesting. Took lots of pictures mostly of ...
I guess we can go on record: if we have to be cruising, we prefer smaller cruise ships and small, cute port cities over the large megalopolis-type venues. When we were driving through the beach town of Phuket last night, we went by avenues of cute clothing and dress shops, dozens of busy outdoor restaurants and lots of shoppers out strolling the boulevards. We all wished that we could have had another day there; ...
... society was represented with young and old from all sorts of backgrounds sharing street food. We didn't fare too well with savoury food as meat and fish are almost prerequisites of most Malaysian 'main course' street food. However, sweet was not a problem. We tried two dishes. Firstly we bought a plate of Rojak, a kind of salad covered in sweet and spicy sauce with crushed peanuts. After demolishing that, we moved on to Cendol. ...