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 leepg2600@gmail. …
... Apparently the younger generation have left the pier, preferring to live elsewhere, so only the older generation remain. Many have set up stalls outside their homes to sell stuff to the, mainly Chinese, tourists.
We had been needing to buy a few bits for a while, another memory card for the camera, t-shirts, shorts, new flip flops (as Kirsty's have fallen apart!), but concluded we could get them cheaper in Penang than we could have in ...
We had a lazy morning because the People staying a couple doors over from us talked outside in the courtyard all night long. I asked them politely to move inside their room, but they were still so loud. We booked out train ticket to Malaysia and waited for the noon shuttle while eating our 7-11 breakfast on the porch watching the rain pour yet again. The bus picked us up right on schedule and it was another ass backwards whirl wind transportation ...
... been back in Penang for 6 years and Dan couldn't come to Malaysia without paying him a visit. Arriving in Penang we took hold of our independence immediately, braving Malaysian public busses to get to our hotel - much less traumatic then you might think, I think Penang busses are a bit more reliable due to the sheer volume of tourists that come through the place! We got to our hotel without a hitch and after dumping our bags trundled out to ...
... now there's an oxymoron for you. The lack of a museum questioning not just the foundations of existence but existence itself. Moving on..the most remarkable thing about the Penang museum, apart from settlement here being so closely tied in with the opium trade (it always comes back to drugs, oh yes it does) that the original Sultan only handed over the island on pain of payment of compensation - £30,000 a year in the late 1700's - for loss of trade, was ...