Jerejak Rainforest Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... jumped straight in and ordered a stir fried noodle dish. We all fancied the look of the chicken satay being bbq’d, so shared a portion of 9 sticks between us. Then Beth and I went in search of something a little safer, and opted for our ‘go to’ meal of noodle soup.
With our tummies satisfied we strolled back to the hostel and planned our one and only day on Penang.
Our alarms were set for an early rise to make the most of our one day on ...
... we were in Penang. We had no where to stay, no internet and no idea where we were, so we walked into a coffee shop, got a cool drink and took advantage of their wifi.
After 40 minutes of searching, we decided to stay in the area for the night and Edd found a hostel 0.7km’s away. We screen-grabbed the map and made our way to Couzi Couji hostel.
We almost walked past it as the doors were closed, but were greeted by a room full of western faces and ...
... in your bag
You’re in the hot and humid tropics, bang on the equator and you’re travelling by train: surely linen suits and a Panama hat would be the order of the day? Wrong. The air conditioning, in particular on Thai and Malaysian trains, gets cranked up to levels that would make a morgue feel balmy. So, lesson one – layers, socks, trousers, fleece, beanie hat (optional), crampons (not required) are the train traveller’s best friend ...
... 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 ...
... excited about our stay here. There is so much to do . I don't think we will be chilling out as much as we did in Malacca . We unpacked got settled and went out and explored a little of the area around us. Just around the corner is The Red Garden a large food court where we had dinner. Tim had roast duck rice for 6rm ( about $2) and I tried the local meal of for 5.50 rm. I think we may be having many dinners here as it is so cheap ...