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... steamed bread with coconut cream spread then Roti Indian pancake with spices, sweet pancake, fruits on the market and dim sum served by little old ladies. All absolutely delicious and we were very full when we finished. Next up a very relaxing massage followed by cocktails and dinner. It was a very happy day filled with all my favourite things.
Over the next few days in Georgetown it was action packed, we did a trishaw tour, cooking class, lunchtime ...
... End, which she rarely visited. About 45 minutes later Elaine was back, her work permit application having been granted. Well done I said to Jim, for sorting out Elaine's business and for fixing a chance meeting between her and the Thai lady. Yes he said, "some strange things have been happening", and that recently he had had two couples staying at his guest house, who both conceived children; "not ...
... sweaty backpack! We skyped and uploaded our Thailand albums for the majority of the day. We watched another amazing sunset, the last one of Thailand, had some dinner, booked our 22 hour journey to Kuala Lumpur for the next day and got an early night. I think were all content with leaving Thailand having been here in total for over a month either side of Cambodia and Vietnam, we are ready for the city in another ...
... There were two very nice girls at the front counter who we talk to every time we pass. We are on the first floor in room 108, it's a big room with 2 single beds, a dressing table, bathroom,T.V. and fridge. We unpacked everything before going downstairs and asking the girls where the best place to have dinner was. We walked down the road and turned left at the second intersection, which lead us to 'the red garden food paradise.' We went down the stairs and ...
Today was our explore George Town day. We went out, rented some bikes and set out to explore. Our first stop was really interesting. We visited the place where Jimmy Choo the famous shoe designer started his apprenticeship. Jimmy is Malaysian and from Penang. Outside the building where it all started is a big cast iron art piece showing him as a child holding a shoe. It's crazy to think that the kid who worked ...