Jerejak Rainforest Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... server in a small cafe who did not speak English but the other patrons were only too happy to help us order our food. Most of the expats we met are European and Australian. They report feeling very safe and happy in Penang. We only met one other person from the US and he lived in Las Vegas. He, too, stated that he loves living in Penang and he enjoys the benefits of the retirement program, Malaysia My Second Home Program.
... set the bag on fire. Apparently one of the selling features of that particular bag was that it was fireproof. So in the event of a sudden inferno you'll be charcoal but your bag will be fine. Strangely we failed to find comfort in that. Anyway. Haz's bag mission finally bore fruit. He went for the cheaper but flammable option. And a new hat to boot. Now if I can just get him out if that giant green ...
... be careful about jellyfish. There were some swimming areas, in front of some of the hotels, but these did not seem to be netted off as they are in the areas around Cairns, where my uncle lives. Sat on the beach and ate a light breakfast and drank some Penang White Coffee, which we had brought with us from George Town. At noon, we checked out of the guest house, but hung around on the balcony relaxing and ...
... to pop out and get breakfast, brining us cereal and milk back like the day before. With Vicky not wanting to move and I feeling helpless I went out for an hour or so, looking over the sights we'd missed the previous day due to the rain. In addition I took a walk around the fancy hotels and went up to the sky bar (which wasn't open) and had a peruse through the windows which was quite nice over the bay.
On the way back I picked up a couple of ...
... to do is eat and drink, no waiting around after or messing about with bills, tips etc. After circling the stalls several times the only problem is that there is too much choice so we just bit the bullet and went for braised pork with rice and a coupe of Tiger beers (like I said, sometimes you just fancy a beer with your curry...) The next morning we had one place in mind which happened to be highly esteemed by a Guardian food critic and had great views, Sup Hameed. ...