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... litchi but the cells are shaped like those you would find in a citrus fruit); when you pop it in your month it bursts with the sweetest, juiciest flavour! Spending that time with Zul, Sue and their boys was truly precious. I would repeat this trip purely for that experience. People travel for different reasons. For some it's about the beaches, others it's about the mountains and forests, for me it's about the people I meet. Finding a pristine beach or hiking up a ...
... the rest of the night. We didn't have a choice of films, only Malaysian eastenders. Nathan tried his milo drink that night as a desert. As we were watching malaysian TV, gangs of New York came on so it didn't turn out to be that bad. We also got to taste our Cameroon highlands tea that we had bought earlier on in the day. It tasted nice, like a cup of ...
... Our bus journey to Butterworth was smooth. It was a short walk to the ferry from where the bus dropped us off in Butterworth. It cost us 1.20RM to catch a ferry to Georgetown Penang. It was one of those ferries where cars are on the boat as well. It was a smooth 45 minute boat ride with beautiful scenes of Penang. We also met a girl from Pangkor on the ferry and we decided to share a taxi to our backpackers. Somehow the one day stop in Lumut turned out to be a stop worthy of a story. ...
... our money, so he popped back whilst breakfast was being made. This left Annabelle to deal with some hostile/unfriendly looks from some of the local women – they were just staring at her.
After 7 weeks in India she was no longer bothered and just stared right back. En route back to our breakfast spot Chris bought our new beach mat will is going to be invaluable ...
... pointed out places for me to stay, where to go when I get off the ferry, what to see, etc. Super super helpful! So, I picked the next bus to Butterworth, the Penang ferry port town, and away we went. After a bite to eat at a hawker stall which included an iced coffee of course!
The bus cost a whopping RM16 or so. Cheap, cheap. It drops you off at the bus station, which is right close to the ferry stop, basically just walk to the end of the covered walkway, to the ...
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