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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... There was a small jazz band playing in the bar. They were really good, but there were not many people there so it lacked a bit of atmosphere which was a shame.
The next day I met San, from Singapore and Scott from New Zealand. We headed to the beach for the afternoon. The beach was nice enough and extremely quiet so there was plenty of space for us to lounge around without being surrounded by screaming kids! Not that we did ...
... accommodating towards our various reservation changes - from 2 to 1 night and then bringing forward our arrival by a day...There are several other guest houses in and around Love Lane, but we can definitely recommend number 23 for location, style, facilities and an excellent breakfast.
*Georgetown is a very pleasant surprise - it was founded by a British trader called Francis Light in 1786 and is the Capital of the State of Penang. It is named after ...
... its overpriced but I had expected this as much. After munching on some cake I went inside to see the cats who were just having their dinner. Each at a time they were being allowed to eat from a small bowl of food, with the others trying to butt their way in to get more, was quite funny to watch. After they'd all eaten most of them weren't up for playing, for many it was time for sleeping. One cat however had noticed the dangly ties on my pants and decided that it was time to play with ...
... also. The website is www.seventerraces.com so you can have a closer look and I have attached a raft of photographs also . Establishments like Seven Terrraces are cropping up all around Georgetown ,and the authentic attention to detail and respect for the historical aspect is commendable. Georgetown is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the development in some areas is quite stunning. We had our lunch at The Flamingo Hotel and it was quite a sedate ...
... the most incredible samosa of our lives! That evening, by some stroke of luck, it was Ladies Night which meant free drinks for us all night. The next day we went up a hill. We thought the funicular railway was exciting until we realised there was an owl museum at the top! After all hell broke lose and we paid a small fortune to catch our 9pm bus, which turned out to be at 10pm, we finally made it to the Perhentian Islands. Here Sarah took the opportunity to do her PADI Open Water ...