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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... about 3.00 we started to relax. At the port, were warmly welcomed by Azamara staff and boarded with plenty of time to spare. they even produced the welcome glass of champagne! We unpacked, showered and changed and went up to the Sunset bar and a welcome drink with internet friends. Early dinner a few drinks and we slept like babes, and just enjoyed the sensation of being aboard and underway and able to get on with our adventure which hopefully won't be quite so stressful again. ...
... I found Nemo (a clown fish for those not familiar with the Pixar movie) the first day and it felt like a monumental discovery. Turns out there are loads of them, they hide in every anemone and swim out to say hello (or "get off my land!" It's hard to lip read fish) when you pop down for a closer look. By the time we left Koh Lipe we had spotted pretty much the whole cast of Finding Nemo, save for a sea turtle, though we saw three of those in Sri Lanka. I saw a small stingray ...
... of the journey, to Georgetown, Penang. In all honesty, I slept most of the way again, only getting woken up by our crazy driver bouncing over the bumps in the road!
We arrived after all in all a twelve hour journey to Georgetown. Our guesthouse was situated on Love Lane and luckily only a three minute walk from where the bus dropped us off at. We checked in and before we knew it, the time was telling us it was 9pm and we had ...
Pinang, Malaysia was simply charming. I loved the fusion of very Western architecture and Asian culture. It was beautiful. I loved walking around Fort Cornwallis because it felt so European, and it was almost as if I were escaping my home of Asia. Everything about that walk was perfect, the one drawback being durian ice cream. I still cringe and gag thinking about it. My inner foodie came out of her shell in Pinang as well as I ...
... 8217;s Diamond Jubilee. However there are some big cultural offerings from all over Asia in general, be it India or China! We saw some enormous mosques scattered among the streets as well as a very detailed Hindu Temple as well. Some of the streets were very typically Chinese as well whereas others were lined with Indian clothing shops! It had a really nice mix that I haven’t seen anywhere else, although it also seemed to us that Penang sort of lacked its ...