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... the artifacts were colourful and varied.
We walked a short way down the same road to the buddha tooth relic temple. Much bigger and I would say more of a museum than the previous one. Thousands and thousands of buddhas of varying sizes covered the walls and thomas was keen to take some of his own photos. There was also a lovely peaceful roof garden which also contained the world's largest prayer wheel.
We then walked through china town which thomas was quick ...
... Clarke's Quay, Anne looked hot and I was dripping. At last we found one which seemed to be part of a wall structure. The first two cards it wouldn't accept, but on the third card success, yippee. However this delight should be tempered by finding I have had to use the most expensive card to get money out on.
Back to bus stop to catch the bus. We passed the first 7 or 8 stops and they were all for large hotel areas or for the many shopping malls. At last we got to ...
... up the boat which we like to do when we have water available, so we reached our first anchorage just after dark. The anchorage itself was on the back side of a small island just offshore of a coral reef in an area known for strong currents. There was scant information on this place as it is not on the usual trail, most yachts making the trip to Pinang in one 'hop'. As we pulled in behind the island I began the process of starting the port engine as we prefer to motor on one to save ...
... You know how usually in IKEA its only really families that use those tray trolly things, well the Asians use one each. I don't know where they put it. After IKEA we headed back to the hostel for a relaxing evening and a game of scrabble (calm down).
The Southern Ridges
The following day we headed out early on a mini hike through the Southern Ridges, a 10km stretch of rainforest in the middle of the city, joint together by trails, walkways and bridges. ...
... in downtown Georgetown. Driving anywhere in Penang can be a traumatic (and life-changing) experience, but taking a taxi is even more harrowing. Fortunately our driver delivered us to our destination unharmed and we picked up our cute little blue micro-speck rental car for the days’ errands. Tiny car = easier to park!
The first stop was the bank. To say that the bank was "busy" would be an understatement of note; it seemed like the entire population of Penang ...