The Northam All Suite Penang
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The crossing from Langkawi to Penang is 3 hours, rather smooth except they screened a horror movie not really suitable for all audiences. Had to dig out the ipad to divert the attention.
Murray' last minute cheap hotel find turns out to be a grand hotel where the family room is a suite on the 27th floor. That is part of Georgetown....huge …
... building in the world in Dubai.
Five months in India is impossible to describe in just a few sentences, but the effect on the senses, the people, the 54 hour train ride to Amritsar, the 47 degree heat of Varanasi, the cricket games witnessed, the laughs, Tania's visit to the blind hairdresser, Steve's mum rocketing past us up the hill in a dolly, the locals' reaction to the disappearing sun during an eclipse and the stunning beauty of the Western Ghats give us the kind ...
Yesterday we woke to another amazing storm with torrential rain ,thunder and lightning. This conveyed an indication that it was going to remain for a while so we attended to some chores and watched "American Hustle " one of the numerous DVD's we have acquired over the past week . The sky cleared mid afternoon so we went for a walk up to the far end of the Ferringhi strip,endeavoured to make a booking at "The Living Room" for dinner,caught up with a woman who owned a shop with ...
We flew from Phuket to Penang. It was only a short flight
and Indi was shattered as we’d kept her up so she slept most of it. On arriving
at Penang airport we figured that you queue at a desk for a taxi, tell them
where you’re going, pay, get a voucher and head for the next taxi in the queue.
We faffed around a bit too long so the Mercedes at the front of the queue was
grabbed before our eyes. Next in line was an old, battered, ...
... on a name changing spree to bury the past as in South Africa. Hindu temples, Mosques, Buddhist shrines and Christian churches are at every turn. Street names like Stewart, Campbell, Kimberley, Carnarvon and Buckingham have been retained while Cheongsam Fatt TzeKeng Kwee and Lim Chwee Leong are examples of the Chinese influence. India too has it's own distinct quarter and if you closed your eyes could be standing in the bazaars of Jaipur ...