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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... supported by 30 local motor-club marshals. Jim and Tanya Clark in their Ford V8 Coupe were relieved to regain the main road with a time of 8:28 after a white-knuckle drive with virtually no brakes. The ex-Arthur Freeman car has previously finished the Peking to Paris in 2010 trouble-free. Mark Buchanan made steady progress in his Ford Mustang, Mark finished the London to Cape Town and is navigated by Kurt Schneiders, who ...
... construction. Much bigger than I thought. We will go ashore in about an hour and take a shuttle to the middle of town.
Back from the travels and have had dinner etc. The trip into Penang was not all that exciting. The city is well spread out and it was not possible to take Helen beyond a local shopping centre that connected to others. It was very reminiscent of old Bangkok and our first visit to ...
... a lot of walking would have been involved in a detour. After that, we were taken to the base of the local funicular, which looked amazing, going almost straight up a hill that would give a spectacular view of the city - closed for maintenance. Next, we saw a golden temple up on a hill, but the guide informed us to get up there required 500 steps. Unfortunately, Vikki's hip and the heat weren't going to allow ...
... Although this is a fantastic place - I think I preferred Melaka just a touch to here! Nevertheless Georgetown is a great place. You can visit the botanical gardens, trek the Penang Hill which is quite difficult ( once more it started to cloud over and pour down just as I got to the top :(. You ca explore the city and particularly watch out for the fantastic street art. you can visit the Penang state museum (only 1 Myr) or the slightly more expensive ...
... meal for around £1 to £1.50. The market is buzzing with tourists and locals alike and has a stage in the centre of the 200 or so tables. Fortunately we've missed out on the entertainment but it's Ladyboy night on the 21st if that sort of thing takes your fancy. Admission is free and the food is great. Yet another illustration of Penang's desire to drag the rest of the world kicking and screaming into multicultural harmony.