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We had a lazy morning because the People staying a couple doors over from us talked outside in the courtyard all night long. I asked them politely to move inside their room, but they were still so loud. We booked out train ticket to Malaysia and waited for the noon shuttle while eating our 7-11 breakfast on the porch watching the rain pour yet again. The bus picked us up right on schedule and it was another ass backwards whirl wind transportation ...
... of George Town, almost like a treasure hunt of all our arty vintage dreams hiding up every secret alley. This made for a purrfect day of exploring the area, looking out for both wall paintings by a Lithuanian artist called Ernest Zacharevic and welded iron caricatures that blend humour and historical facts about the city.
Our day started with a wander along a road famous with backpackers called Love Lane. Whilst bumbling along we ...
... myself, and it was easier getting uplifted from the guest house instead of walking down to Komtar and the main bus station.
I spent the day wandering around Georgetown and headed down to the Reggae Bar in the evening where I know the owner and staff. It's a great spot sitting in Labuan Chulia which is a main tourist area, I love sitting people watching.
After an early night ...
... the Thai-Malay border and then continuing the rest of the pretty monotonous and boring journey down to Penang.
I arrived late afternoon and was luckily dropped off right outside my hostel. I checked in and started looking what I could do there in the few days I planned to stay. I got chatting to Laura and Scott, an English couple travelling for a few months, and we all ended up going out for food at some of the street stalls. If there is one thing Penang is famous for ...
... each metal plates, I found the Khoo descends are either physicians , doctors, businessman etc, a very successful family indeed . The sculptures on the wall are covered in gold leaf, absolutely beautiful. Then I walked down Lebuh Pantai street and found the Pinang Peranakan Mansion. This museum show cases the Straight Chinese their lives and how they are dressed back in the days. The straight Chinsese aka Peranakan or Baba Nyonya were a ...