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... the Indian music playing and the shops filled with saris and colourful flower necklaces. Everyone is so friendly. 80's guesthouse was a great pick! It was an old colonial house which they had managed to keep the old features. It had a very vintage feel with posters of 'singing in the rain' and 'Roman holiday' on the walls. It has the best showers I have ever been in, with the big rainforest shower heads. The guesthouse was always spotless something not always ...
... the government has come and revoked their hostel licence. We could see they were taking it very seriously as they let us into our double dorm room. Actually the only measures they are taking to comply with this is to close their doors And gates And become even more clandestine than they already are! This rustic heritage building was formerly a framers, hence the name and the owners have gone to great lengths to restore the original structure without ...
... with a bistro and a central changing display field has been incorporated to enable flower shows and displays to be held within the conservatory. The cloud forest is higher but slightly smaller. It replicates the moist conditions found in tropical mountain regions between 1,000 metres and 3,000 metres. The cloud mountain itself is an intricate structure completely clad in epiphytes such as orchids,ferns,spike and club mosses,bromeliads and anthuriums. It ...
... that some find kinship in what Tony and I do, albeit vicariously. It is safe to say that I know more about Penangites, the diversity of the cultures and religions that co-exist in this tiny island, the excitement of discovering foods that I would never have thought I could be open to tasting, much less, loving.
I will start with the food. The variety of food offered in Penang is staggering, from the local Malay cuisine, to ...
... A few shops and steps later and we were at the real temple entrance. Simply magnificent. So many colors, and so big! We walked around all the different spots, enjoying the view of the island and water surrounding it, the beautiful gardens, the Buddha's and other statues and relics. Next we took the train up to the big bronze Buddha statue. After exiting we were in a large courtyard with Chinese lanterns lining the sky. ...