Sunway Hotel Georgetown Penang
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Arrived in Penang pretty early, ths flight which was supposed to take 1 hour landed in 40 minutes. Thats good news. The Penang Airport in under renovation and all the debris and smoke got into me and started a mild flu....hate it when that happens.
From the airport, immediately bought a coupon for the airport limo heading to KOMTAR …
Depart at 9.30 with Wings Air to Penang. Alas ! I have no idea that its a small plane with about 60 people.
Anyway reach Penang Smoothly and went straight ahead to Sunway hotel - George Town. Pretty nice hotel with lots of local food stalls around. We had problemof check in at the reception. The hotel computer stated we book only 1 room …
Finally arrived in the same town and country as my travelling partner. Just had to find her. The concierge would tell me she had just gone out. Then I went out and she returned.
We were like passing ships in the night until the evening when we finally caught up.
Foot massages, full body scrubs, pedicures and manicures were day time activities for the next 3 days.
... everywhere as that is what the reviews had told me. Disappointing. On the plus side though, the water was clean enough (just) to swim. Oh, finally! It was good. Caught the boat back. Better than sweating our tits off a second time. I also left Batu Frengghi and came back to Georgetown. Free night accom in a sort of fancy hotel. Score. Tomorrow I'm going with a local to see a temple and then to a music festival. Should be an interesting ...
... by an
aged man that had never seemed to have learnt the art of smooth driving. So we
jerked forward and back the hour to our hotel up in the Chinese district of
Georgetown. Our hotel looked surprisingly fancy. Mark had booked it while I was
sailing so it was all a surprise to me, it was even a surprise to Mark as he
hadn’t remembered paying over the odds for it. We were relieved to know we
hadn’t made a mistake and it was actually ...