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Monthly Archives: March 2019
Twenty two years ago we visited Penang and went to the Gurney Drive night market. So off we went in search thereof. We managed to find the market again but although it was still a great food area it seemed … Continue reading
On our last night in Penang we were looking for a restaurant where we could get a nice Indian meal and a beer or three. Unfortunately Muslim restaurants don’t serve beer. (How silly can you be) but the guys ran … Continue reading
We took a bus trip from KL to Penang for a couple of days. Here is a short (5 min) video of the bus trip. The roads are exceptionally good and the bus was a double decker.. We managed to … Continue reading
Hoi An is a photographers dream for quaint unique buildings and quirky pictures. It has some delightful narrow streets and lane-ways. A large pedestrian shopping / restaurant area around the river area that is closed to cars and motor bikes. … Continue reading
Simply “Gob Smacked” is the term that springs to mind as you venture onto Hoi An streets at night. Coloured lanterns everywhere, lights in the trees and on buildings, soft music piped through the streets and a large area which … Continue reading
Hoi An, an exceptionally well-preserved example of a traditional Asian trading port, is an outstanding material manifestation of the fusion of cultures over time in an international maritime commercial centre. The town is a special example of a traditional trading … Continue reading
We arrived at the Hanh Dat Hotel very hot and tired from the terrible train trip from Hanoi. When we arrived two beautiful young ladies ran out to help us with our bags and gave us a refreshing orange juice. … Continue reading
Always suckers for markets the “Wombats” set off to the wet market in Hue just over the river. we especially wanted to see the market but we also wanted to buy some bacon as the hotel only had eggs and … Continue reading
It gets very hot here as the day progresses so at 9.30am we got aboard a “Dragon Boat”. Just the two of us, the skipper his wife and ten year old son (who should have been at school but they … Continue reading