The George Hotel
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It's 4am in Penang, we are getting into a taxi. No, this is not the end of a late night out, rather it is the start of what shall be an amazing day. This was a taxi to Penang Airport, from where we would fly to Kuala Lumpur which would then lead us on to an A380 to London. Yep, having not made it back to the UK for four years, we were now heading home again albeit briefly for the second time in a little over a year. Except Steve had a ...
... s going on outside of the little bubble we live in. I think I've rambled on for long enough now, and I should probably try and get some sleep considering I fly home tomorrow! I am terrified, excited, nervous, anxious, happy, sad, and pretty much every emotion you can think of! The good thing is that this is not the last time I will book a flight and start exploring. Unfortunately, seeing this much makes me pretty keen on going out and seeing the rest of what the world has to offer! I ...
... challenge to find a spot that offers a U.S. type electrical outlet but if you keep looking, one will appear. The clientele turns over by the hour so this is a wonderful place to people watch.
Food, wine, beer and newspapers--along with wifi--are all free here.
The mix of accents entertains the ear while the endless variety of people entertain the eye. For an hour or two. Then, it is monotonous. I thought I recalled that there was a shower ...
... my worry over the size of my hand baggage, measuring it in all dimensions with the tape measure I usually use to measure skin lesions and swollen legs at work (which, thinking about it now, has never been washed...) and then doing a last minute repack as a result.) We had tidied the kitchen, switched off all the plugs and electrical equipment (apart from the ever trustworthy fridge freezer) ...
A seasoned English ex-pat once gave us some excellent advice: "if you are going to visit home, make it early summer because people are still optimistic about actually having a decent summer!" So we booked our flights for late May and said farewell to the sweatbox of Malaysia, 32 degrees celcius at 8am, and boarded our flight to London. 12 hours later, we disembarked to an English summer, it was 4 degrees!