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... food cart. We dropped our scooter off to crazy Happy who was happy to give us our deposits back and started telling us how happy and crazy he was. Pretty funny. We walked down the road and both got a super double with double cheese and some fries. It was pretty nice what I would expect from a stall. Was happy with that. Tomorrow we fly to Krabi via KL at 9 so we got a taxi meeting us at the hostel at 6:30. Hopefully all goes ...
... up traditional Malaysian food. It was soooo good and really quite cheap! This morning we had a plan... We walked to the train station to purchase tickets for the night train to Singapore and then we went up the Menara tower... it is over 400m high, the views were incredible, we could see out for miles, it really was an amazing experience. The day was flying past so we picked up our bags and headed to the train station. The train was really quite ...
... we found anywhere to eat. Much of the city felt like a ghost town, with the exception of Little India and a few backpacker bars. We ate in Little India our first night (I wouldn't mind this at all normally, but we are going to Sri Lanka next), and at Subway for lunch the next day. Our second night, we got Penang cuisine, but at a chain coffee shop-type place. More places opened up on our third day in Penang, the third day of Chinese New Year, so we did eventually try a ...
... homes. This mass movement sees thousands of people return to Penang, with roads and public services full to bursting and restaurants closing. We were expecting things to start with a bang, and they did. George and Apple and even the cats were petrified. Fire crackers went off at all times of the day and night, causing George to either bark loudly at the door or cower at our feet depending on whether it was day or night. At 12 o clock on New Years Day, fireworks lit up the ...
... of grass growing through the cracks in the concrete. We thought maybe they were keeping her there as a back-up in case of a sudden milk shortage. A few kilometers past Candace’s place the road gets quite twisty and hugs the sides of steep hills as it winds around to the northwest side of the island (Penang is an island). The experience of driving in Malaysia is involved enough to dedicate an entire blog entry just to that (which I believe I did after last ...
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