Traders Hotel Penang
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Arrived at the airport just after midday, leaving KL with a bit of turbulence and a bumpy landing. Our second flight with with Malaysian airlines and we actually find them a bit rough in all aspects. Nice planes but it stops there.
We had Mr Lee pick us up for 50 ringgit, highly recommended him and you can contact him on email@example.com.
... and ultimately we cried when we left and still miss it terribly!
We toured some Filipino islands, came face to face with Tarsiers, learnt how to use a "smart toilet" in Japan, saw our first Geisha in Kyoto and cycled around Japanese temples and bamboo forests.
Via Thailand we made a quick pitstop in Penang en route to Australia and said to ourselves we should live here someday before heading on to Christmas and New Year's Eve in Sydney with family and ...
... Hygiene aspects have improved markedly in so many areas.We had lunch at the First Avenue Food Hall which caters for locals with great local good then caught a cab out to the Wine Bar. We perused the stock,had a glass of wine,and purchased some goodies and headed back to the apartment. We have organised to take another couple from Western Australia ,who are in apartment 1604 ,for lunch at the wine bar on Friday. Tomorrow our cleaning person comes so we will go to the ...
... cakes, fish or meat balls, buns and all
sorts of other plates. Indi loved figuring out the chop sticks, we all found
the cake, the steamed pork buns and the flavoured rice delicious. It was lovely
to be able to put Indi in a high chair and she grabbed what she wanted from
Next we headed to Chong Fatt Tze Mansion taking in the UNESCO
World Heritage street of China town on the way. When we reached the mansion
... out to Batu Ferringi on the northwest coast of Penang Island. We saw the other face of Penang - towering apartment blocks, huge shopping centers and beaches lapped by turquoise sea. In the evening we walked past dozens of backpacker hostels and small cafés. We stopped at Mikes ( strangely owned by Eric) and I had a fish curry Malay style for twenty rands. But here's the catch Malaysia being a Muslim country taxes alcohol out of ...