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... very well.
We have no talent, no genius,no phd, but the one thing we do have is
persistence and determination.
We may go in circles for awhile but we always find our goal.
not that we had to do much back tracking today, but we have done our share.
Malaysia seems a bit slower in catching technology .
In Thailand when I take a picture it is marked with the name of the place.
so when we ...
Last night we travelled into George Town to the Kebaya Restaurant in The Seven Terraces.the occasion was to celebrate Bernie's birthday and to welcome Tanya to Penang. Christopher Ong has worked with the hotel's chefs to create a wonderful menu of Indo and Straits Chinese Nyonya dishes. It is a four course degustation menu of entree,main course,vegetables and dessert served in ...
... only be described as soggy noodle lasagne. We were unsure if it was noodles or some sort of intestines so I didn't eat too much of it. After this we realised that we'd basically run out of things to do in Penang. We're not proud of this but we went back to the hostel, got showered and went to the cinema. We saw Fast & Furious 7, which I'm surprised Jenn agreed to watch. But it was a really good film and the cinema was brilliant! Much better than English cinemas. It also had ...
... sedan, which I seemed to somehow return each day in worse condition than it started, through no clear fault of my own! This gave us the freedom to explore the island at our own pace, which was a great help due to the need to be flexible to Harry's schedule. Penang is an island rich in character. It boasts a number of tourist-oriented attractions, from a surprisingly impressive butterfly farm, to the funicular railway leading to beautiful views of the island ...
... taken out and then covered in ash. We admired these people so much, it was crowded, hot and guessing they were quite heavy as well. It was amazing to see. We stopped off at a temple where we took our shoes off and carried them with us. Puva loves his shoes and was not willing to lose them, which would definitely happen on a day like this. We walked in to see people dancing and celebrating while waiting for the prayers to start. It was now time to hike up 513 steps to the main ...