The Krystal Suites
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What a horrible hotel!! It was soooo dirty, I put towels on the sheets, there were hairs everywhere and it was just disgusting. I didn't even shower.
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... that Miikey gave him. Hmmm. It may have to accidentally fall overboard I'm thinking!!! Interesting factoid. My place of birth is just across the harbour. First time I've been back in 39 years. As I have zero memory of my time there there's not a heck of a lot of sentimentality going on. Not that there's ever a heck of a lot of sentimentality going on with me. Seemed to miss that gene. Never mind. Moving ...
... was a temporary stage, on which a spirited drama was being acted out in Chinese (probably). The actors, both men, were heavily made up, their faces covered in whitener with pink eye shadow. There was a musician on each side of the stage. One of the old chaps was playing a traditional fiddle-type instrument, whose name I don't know. The other sat sullenly slouched in a Chelsea tank top playing the violin on cue. Across the street from this ...
(Updated yesterday's entry with some extra pics from last night). Out for Roti Canai for breakfast, just on the side of the main road. Really really basic setting but what wonderful flavours, and great coffee. Then off for a walking tour (self guided) of street art around the city. Georgetown is famous for its street art and we took lots of photos. Beautiful walk, perfect climate. Had an Assam Laksa on the way back before stopping for coffee ...
... and trying to control an unruly backpack. Penang, when we finally got to see it, is really special. Georgetown is the main hub for Malay, Chinese and western eateries along with trendy bars and clubs. The town runs alongside the waterfront with views of Peninsular Malaysia and the 24 kilometre Bridge that connects Penang to the mainland. The bridge is actually the longest sea crossing in SE Asia in the world and quite a feat. We spent our first afternoon there hunting out a cash point ...
... on top of the hill. We even caught a glimpse of 2 monkeys but they ran off. We went round a Bird Park and Ginger Garden which was full of Peacocks and Pigeons before we caught the train back down to the bottom where we decided to walk to the Kok Lei Si Temple - the largest Buddhist temple in SE Asia. It was a 20 minute walk and had a few steps but we eventually made it. Its hard to miss as it stands over a hill and contains a ...