Pearl View Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pulau Penang
... you turn here in Georgetown presents you with something new and beautiful to see!! It's such a lovely, vibrant and alive place - I really like Penang a lot and know I will come back here in the future. Getting home we are treated to a lovely roast chicken dinner cooked by Chris!! Very nice and much needed after a long and hot day sightseeing...it's a hard life ;-) hee hee! The end of the week is fairly relaxed and gives more time for planning and getting organised... And packing ...
... as we found a parking space but we pushed it safely out of the way into the parking bay. I managed to find a new charger for my phone (goodness knows where mine has got to) and Nigel got a thermometer so he can see how hot it gets in the training hall. After that it seemed to be supper time and we had yet another feast before returning to the apartment. Tomorrow we are going to watch some of Fong's students in a competition and then it will be off to the training centre to get down to ...
... people it attracts from business suits to designer dresses with Gucci bags sitting on the plastic tables!! Haha I like to think we fitted into the 'tourist' category but with Micks long hair I think we are now officially travellers!!
We celebrated our wedding anniversary on our final night by treating ourselves to yet more food but this time a restaurant meal not forgetting the cocktails.... Well it is a celebration after all ;))
... from dynasties past, tiny stained glass windows all combined with the essentials for any true backpacker - in room Jacuzzi, cable, wifi and the most incredible breakfast each morning set beside the tropical gardens and lap pool. Yup this one was tough..
Murray believed he hadn't been to Penang before so the intention of the trip was to experience a little culture and learn how to cook a typical Malaysian dish or two (we find out later that he did visit the ...
... Georgetown to najstarszy brytyjski przyczolek kolonizatorski w pld-wsch Azji (przed Melaka i Singapurem). Najbardziej to chyba turystyczne miasto z tych, ktore do tej pory widzialem. Poza czesto spotykanymi turystami ma to swoje dobre strony, szczegolnie dla mnie, ktory teskni juz troche do swojskich klimatow. Jedzenie tu bardzo roznorodne, znalezc wiec mozna i europejskie smaki - jak koles powiedzial mi, ze niestety w zestawie nie ma makaronu a tylko ziemniaki to ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking