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... and monuments. That afternoon we went down to the bus station and got tickets to our next destination.. Kuala Lumpur! We left Penang at 1ish and arrived in KL at 7. We had a traditional Malaysian dinner and then wandered through the nearby streets and Chinatown. We had to be up at 5 to watch England in the world cup in the morning so we headed back.Shock... We lost! 2-1 to Italy.. and Jonathan had bought an England shirt specially for ...
... panoramic view of the island. Malaysia has big pollution issues from burning of all the undercover in the forests. As well we walked through Chew Jetty made up of homes and shops built on stilts in the water initially to avoid taxes. Our final stop was at a Batik shop where we watched how the different Batik fabrics are made. The ship sails at 2:30 so it is a short time to ...
... its launch: Saturday 1st February. This would give us one week from arrival to do the necessary work in order to make the site presentable. So for our first week, we returned to the office, and set about writing/editing three posts each from six different countries, as well as the main information bars. Once these were ready to go, we would be able to launch. The self-imposed deadline worked, and at about 10pm Malaysian time on the 1st of February we removed the ...
... celebrations and culture shines through around the island, featuring most prominently in George Town where there is a large ‘Chinatown’. Festivities occur seem to occur all year round – indeed, we were lucky enough to be in Penang during the month of the Hungry Ghost (August) and for the Nine Emperor’s festival in October, two huge ongoing parties full of processions, performances and feasts. Yet, as the world over knows, the biggest celebration of the ...
... in Cambodia together last year, so I think she has a clumsy streak nearly equal to mine.
On Monday Candace and I took a day trip to Balik Pulau and the Snake Temple. I had seen Balik Pulau during my previous visit, but since it was raining the entire time, I didn't *really* see it because all the stunning views were obliterated by low-hanging clouds and rain. On the way out of town we drove by Starbucks, where a cow was grazing in the parking lot on the ...