Malihom Private Estate
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The night was relatively comfy although they kept the clinical bright lights down the centre of the carriage on all night. Suppose we'd rather that than total darkness and someone having a rummage through your bags!
... just in time for the house band to come on to perform. The house band were amazing, especially one of the lead singers. We ended up staying to watch as we were in awe with their voices and performances. It then dawned on us that Darren and I needed to skype mummy as it was getting quite late. We got back to the room to skype mummy and it was a good skype. Unfortunately, she had a blurred picture of us but we had a good picture of her. It was time to call it a night at 2am and ...
... accent. We purchased a couple of tinnies and came back to the room to chill out. A guy had moved into the flat called Leo he was from Sweden so we had a chat to him for a while. Whilst sitting on the balcony the biggest rain storm I have ever seen came in and hit Penang so hard. It was incredible. Went back to Long Beach food court to eat, taking Leo with us. We had the most amazing prawns for 30 ringgit. Quite expensive for us but they were worth ...
... move inland to the tea plantation highlands. Good job we like where we are then.
Yesterday we decided to pretend we were cultured and went museum hunting, took pictures of the multitude of street art that helps define Georgetown, and paid a visit to the clan jetties.
The Penang museum was fairly unremarkable, though more so than the Islamic museum which, despite it's appearance on street maps, does not exist. Let's hear it for ...
... seem to be light on as far as occupancy levels go. The central eating area has been very busy but that is because the locals choose to eat there. We were very pleased to sample the famous spring rolls and Char Kuay Teow as well as he banana roti and a good spicy Tom Yum soup. The area has been very smokey and hazy with the smoke from Indonesia really making visibility ...