On the Penang Bridge
KOMTAR tower in Georgetown
Turnout wasn't really as encouraging as I would have thought with only 8 people confirmed to go for the trip (was expecting 16). But then again, perhaps it was a blessing because it isn't really easy to get around driving a car in the claustrophobic roads of Penang. Still don't understand how could anyone 'resist' the lure of Penang food though :p.
Penang Chee Cheong Fun, who on Earth could resist it?
Beef Ball Soup at Lorong Baru
Meeting up at Trail Trackers HQ
Foh San Dim Sum Restaurant in Ipoh
Wen Chieh's friends (and the fairer sex ;) meow)
More guys... :)
Foh San's Dim Sum. Is it THAT good?
For the sake of a cuppa
At Trail Trackers it is a sometimes advantageous to have certain 'unique' skills... ;) Dennis can open cans with his teeth... Ai Ling can er... I leave it to your imagination...
Selina and Valerie at the rest area
Home away from home, Hotel Malaysia
Irresistably comfortable looking beds
Navigation by GPS, a boon or a bane?
Char Kuey Teow for tourists, RM8.00/plate anyone?
Famous Penang Pig Intestine Porridge. Too bad I don't go for 'spare parts'
Cendol on Lebuh Keng Kwee
Two happy cendol customersWith our bellies full, we took a slow walk back to the hotel, taking a well needed shower and some rest while we waited for Sany, a Trail Tracker friend we had met during the Ulu Slim white water rafting trip almost a year ago.
Sany Boy Ah Laut (really that's his REAL name!)
The entrance to Bukit Genting
Sunset from Bukit Genting
Clouds in the sky
Valerie, myself and one bored Ai Ling... ;)
Gurney Drive in the rain