Lone Pine Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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We left Langkawi, with some slight delays with Air Asia, we finally landed in Pulau Pinang (Pulau = Island), also known as Penang. In the years I've lived in Malaysia (until '91) I've never made it to Penang. I have been as far north to Pulau Pangkor up by the State of Perak. N and I detoured just so we can see whats the big deal was …
... Norway, several from Holland, Brazil, Germany, sweden, England, Austrailia, New
Zealand, China,Ukraine, California, North Carolina. To name a few.
It it hasbeen an interesting time here. Not what we expected.
We have been very lucky because the RM and the Bhat have really taken a fall. That means in
a place that is already easy on the pocketbook , things are an even better bargain.
... been with grandeur. Artwork and craftsmanship should always be valuable and admired, but our desire for extravagance is something different. It started out with places of worship and then migrated to homes when individuals became wealthy. It's evolved into this fixation on fashion and technology, but it's all the same underlying feeling of needing the very best and needing other people to see you have ...
... food hall at the top was amazing! Jenn got sushi and I got noodles for under £1.50 each. The only let down was that I bought a waffle and it turned out to have a hot dog inside it. They don't differentiate sweet and savoury very well here. 11th May - In the morning we made our way to the taxi rank and to Kek Lok Si Temple. The taxi driver offered to take us and pick us up again for 70RM, which was very good considering it was right on the outskirts of Penang. Kek Lok ...
It could be said that any story is only as good as its characters. If that is true, then this is a flippin' sensational story! Our time in Penang gave us the opportunity to encounter some truly great characters - some new, and some well known and much loved in the story of our lives. Chin Lam has the kind of appearance and demeanour that makes you warm to him instantly. A Chinese Malaysian now in his late 70s, he is the kind of character you expect has tutored ...