Malihom Private Estate
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... of our lives: Malaysia was 1 hour ahead of the other parts of Asia we’d been to. A black cat had come to join us in our room and we played and stroked her for a while as she bounced around our bed and then laid across it, purring like a motorboat.
At 7pm we decided it was time for dinner and we enquired as to the best place to eat in the area. Red Garden was hip and happening and just down the road if you took a left, then a right and then a left again. ...
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!
... However, whilst you may get ridiculed in the hipster enclaves of Bangkok or KL with your folded down shants and brogues (see what I mean about versatility!) on your way to paint the Khao San Road red - who’ll be having the last laugh on the Butterworth to Bangkok train, aka the ‘ice box’? Exactly - shantstastic! Once I get to civilisation, or a city big enough to stock such a traveller’s essential, I’ll be in the shants club.
Sunny Breaks 35 / 26
Once again, started the day with a very big breakfast, one would say, too much. After the rant yesterday about the hotel, the morning produced a beautiful view from the room window. Walked over to the mall and took a taxi to Penang Hill, a must see. This is the highest point on the island and provides some spectacular views. It was a retreat for British officers in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Many of the street names ...
... bag for take away. Aren't we tought never to do that or eat from plastic because of the chemicals!? How are they still surviving over here!? It has just shown me that we live in our little safe Canadian bubble where we don't do anything risky. We don't eat from plastic, we don't let our kids play outside by themselves, we don't eat here rice or msg, we never ride in the back of a truck, It's all very peculiar. On the walk home, we coincidently walked by the house of ...