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Malaysia Book of World Records

January 31, 2010

Strolling through the bustling night market alleys of Malacca, I began to notice a congestion of people ahead with the crunchy noise of a PA system growing from the center. This piqued my interest and so I made my way to the ring of people to find in the center a Malaysian man dressed like a martial […]

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Lucky Bamboo Ball

January 30, 2010

Two months ago, at a night market in Laos, Nate bought this ball thinking perhaps we would make good use of it during our downtime. That hasn’t really happened, but we’ve attracted a good bit of friendly and curious attention, making some friends just through having it hanging off one of our bags while traveling. […]

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Butterflies and Bugs

January 27, 2010

Our final day in George Town, we ventured out to the Penang Butterfly Farm. This involved an hour long bus ride on a really nice city bus, and a 1 km walk from the main street that hugs the coast of Penang. Cheesy as it sounds, this place was really cool — sort of like […]

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Mansions, Museums, McDonald’s

January 27, 2010

In George Town, we found ourselves away from the beach for the first time in a number of weeks, and took to soaking up culture instead of sun for a few days. To get our history fix, we spent an afternoon on a tour of the Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion. Cheong Fatt Tze left China […]

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George Town Eats

January 25, 2010

The city of George Town on the island of Penang, Malaysia was settled in 1786 by the British East India Company. George Town was declared a free port to compete with Dutch traders, and as such, attracted people from all over the world. The majority populations today are Chinese, Malay, and Indian. They all co-exist […]

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