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... in Penang with am empty stomach ready to be abused and stuffed like it's never been stuffed before. OH YES. It was time for a huge food baby, followed by an epic food coma. That's when you know you've properly seen Penang... When you're hobbling back to your guesthouse in pain. If you ain't a-hobbling, you ain't eaten enough. Go back and eat some more noodles... NOW.
So with a few hours of eating time left on our first day, we grabbed a leaflet ...
... of the rain forests to make way for oil palm plantations is a contentious issue and discussion is featured in the local newspapers regularly. There was a comprehensive article in the Star Newspaper yesterday endeavouring to debunk some of the common myths about Palm Oil. I have to say I am yet to be convinced! Tomorrow is Bernie's birthday and it is a public holiday so we will play it by ...
Sarah and I allowed ourselves to have a very relaxed morning. We hadn't had luxury for a while and we were making the most out of it. After the long, chilled process of getting ready we went out for a wonder around the city. Unfortunately after 10 minutes of us leaving it started pouring with rain. This ended our little explore. When the rain died off we went out to explore again. After walking around I realised that George Town is an extremely arty place. ...
... 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 ...
... pouring off us. We eventually managed to get a bus back and stopped to grab some food and get some more money out. On the way into the hotel we grabbed a cake each from the hotel cafe. In the evening we walked around little India and found a great little cafe where we had a great curry with rice and a ...