Pearl View Hotel
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... know now". OK she said and they let her rejoin the queue to get her passport back.
We were in! Phew what a fiasco.
She sent a thumbs up to the person next in the queue and we waited on the other side for the rest of the people on the bus to clear immigration. When they came through we asked them all "did you pay the bribe?" Oh of course they all did! Unfortunately by not making a stand, they don't help the next lot of tourists through here.
... own bottle of water). Every time she walked past us after that she made sure to give us a stare with murderous eyes, it was quite unnerving. Who knew not ordering a soft drink could put you on someone's death list? We made a hasty retreat after our soup.
Early evening we met up with Daniel and Jonny from the train and a few others staying ...
... I was and we went for food. We ordered many dishes to share, an Asian custom, including prawn noodles (my new favourite), rice, chicken and lamb kebabs and dome beef satays. We handed over the present at dinner and Darren was chuffed to pieces. Knowing Darren was swaying between the red alarm clock and green alarm clock, I chose the green one and was right. Hey I am not his personalised stylist for no reason! We headed back to the hotel after watching a few boxing ring matches, ...
... The border crossing went like a breeze, although we had to wait for almost an hour to get our passports stamped.
After the border crossing, we immediately got back on the road. Right away, We noticed that Malaysia was a much more developed country. The roads were spotless and the buildings were very modern. The drivers were respecting traffic laws. Also, the scenery was really beautiful, with a more tropical setting. The road to Penang was really nice, so we were ...
... couple of photos. Then off to our second house, very hard to find and not sure we found it but took a photo of what I thought was it.
Next was Penang Hill, only about 10 minutes up on the train, a lot faster than in our days. Doing a lot of work so couldn't get a lot of photos, hazy as well.
Then Air Itam temple, totally different to what ...