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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 …
... afternoon tea, spotted the interesting street art, explored clan houses and jetties, colonial houses and museums. The lunchtime tour introduced us to our favourite desert ever – Chendal! It is made of coconut milk, rice flour jelly flavoured with pandan which makes it look green, shaved ice and palm sugar. It sounds very weird but is the most delicious and cooling desert we have tried in a long time.
The cooking class was run by Pearly Kee who is ...
... he quickly added. We headed back to the hotel to book our return flights to Krabi, and on the way ate some great Indonesian street food. I chilled out and wrote some more of my blog. We ate out again, some nice Chinese style street food with noodles seafood and chicken, and we finished the evening off with some medicinal herbal tea. Back at the hotel, I packed my bag ready for our departure in the ...
... It was hot here but it was nice to walk around he city. They have lots of large murals painted around town, known locally as Street Art, as we all depictions made from metal cable. They cover everything from a simple image to a political statement or a point in history that is important to the town. That evening we went to the local food court. This place was amazing. One large ...
Wednesday 19th - Thursday 20th After crossing over the boarder into Malaysia we had three days to kill before our flight to the Philippines. After four weeks of solid beach bumming we decided a two day city break would be just what we needed. We settled on the town of Georgetown on the island of Penang just a couple of kilometres off the Western Malay coastline. Georgetown is a vibrant mix of Chinese, Malay and Indian cultures ...