Travel

Hello Kitty, Trishaws and River Cruises

Two public buses took us from Kuala Lumpur to the historic city of Malacca in the south of Malaysia. Malacca was recognised as a World Heritage Site, which it proudly boasts all over the city. We took lunch at an Indian which had surprisingly good food and amazing service – we all got our meals […]

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KL, Petronas Towers and Batu Caves

The roads were windy as we descended from the Highlands, it was rather scary too watching the driver navigate through the narrow roads. The bus had Kuala Lumpur on the front – our next stop. The lush green tea plantations were a stark contrast from the skyscrapers that welcomed us in the Malaysian capital with […]

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Art, Travel

Dim Sum, Minions and Cats

It was a bit like Sushi, small bowls and lots of them and strained tea with our lips. We ventured for Chinese Dim Sum for breakfast trying just about everything on offer! A very different breakfast to the British fry up.      Penang has become famous for its street art in the last few years […]

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Travel

Snakes, Colonialism and Temples

Friday was our first full day in Penang in north west Malaysia. The climate was noticeably different and we were greeted by warm rain for the first time in our adventure. We took to the streets in a minibus with an English speaking guide who pointed out the colonial influence on the city, with beautifully […]

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