Jerejak Rainforest Resort
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... mainland at Butterworth. The air was clean and cool. Although it was a Wednesday afternoon, the area was thronged with couples and families, who had an owl museum, caricature artists, a Hindu temple and a mosque at their disposal. After drinking in the vista, we bought a chickpea salad from a stall. We wish they sold this everywhere in Malaysia! The Hindu temple was, of course, lavishly decorated and included some morbidly obese statues. We weren't able to go into ...
... saw the kids served sliced crudités with homous, wholemeal muesli bar, organic juice, peas, mashed potatoes, chicken nuggets. Not too bad on the health scale. 6. In seat entertainment a must for kids a little older and something for them to look forward too and get excited about. 7. Dancing in the toilet great exercise for parents and keeps baby amused and out of ear shot of other passengers, a break for ...
... and Aryan orders some fried rice to refrain him from eating his own arm in the interim. Finally she arrives and I ask her that old familiar question
''Which one no fish, no seafood?'
'This one prawn'
'No prawn - pork?' I ask hopefully
'This one shrimp' She spays with an impressive amount of Saliva squirting through her wonky teeth
'No shrimp - Pork?'
'SCCCTTHHRRIMP' she sprays again. I decide to give up in fear of needing a change ...
... connects Penang island to mainland is spectacular at night (this bridge is 13.5km long, making it the 5th longest one in SE asia).
On our first day, we abandoned ourselves to the art of street photography. Well Iuri did, I just followed with my iphone. It was a lot of fun because the streets are quirky and happening. We also came across the chocolate and coffee museum, which was free, with free samples at the end so we stuffed our faces on free chocolate and then left with ...
... you so you can't get mad, and then they slowly slowly slowly merge. This might be double standards but if an Asian person did it, I wouldn't really mind that much, taking a 'it's their country, we are a guest' kind of attitude, but when travellers do it grrrrrrrrrrrrrret in line sucker! As Nath waited in the new checking line, I kept our place in the line by the door to make things a bit quicker, and I could see a woman (who was Dutch- not that it matters, ...