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The tale of two piggies in Penang

March 23rd 2014
HE SAID... We arrived in George Town at 12.30pm. The drive from Kuala Kangsar was reasonably smooth, although typing in the minibus proved a little difficult, as the suspension was over–compensating for the road. It was a surreal experience driving over the long bridge linking mainland Malaysia with the island of Penang. We navigated the complex streets of outer George Town until we finally arri ... read more
Asia » Malaysia » Penang » George Town

Malaysian Flag During the late 18th and 19th centuries, Great Britain established colonies and protectorates in the area of current Malaysia; these were occupied by Japan from 1942 to 1945. In 1948, the British-ruled territories on the Malay Peninsula formed the Fe... ... read more
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3rd April 2014

Out of all of your delicious photos in this particular blog, this one makes me the hungriest -- for the smells, the sounds, the encounters with interesting locals, and, let's not forget, the food! My stomach is nostalgic for Malaysia due to your delicious descriptions (minus the guy blowing his nostril without aiming, or was he aiming? Great descriptive writing, but a thoroughly disgusting encounter -- ew). ;)
3rd April 2014

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Michelle I'm so glad I missed 'the snot incident of 2014' or I wouldn't have been able to finish my cendol - and that would have been devastating! You must miss the food here so much...we definitely will :)
4th April 2014

Sounds like you guys are having such a blast eating alllll the food. We very much miss the food, so please continue as you are so we can vicariously salivate over the writing and photos!
4th April 2014

Re:
Michelle the food just keeps getting better and better, but I think the food in Penang will always have a special place in our hearts!

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