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Pictures from Penang

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Here are some pictures from my little jaunt..................

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Great pictures Suzanne. I do long to go back to Thailand........sigh...one of these days. In the meantime, keep the pictures coming. :)

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FANTASTIC!!! I am sooooooo envious! ;) Thailand and India are 2 places I've always wanted to visit!

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what a groovy life you have created for yourself!

green with envy and happy for you at the same time,

Kate

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The pictures posted are from Penang, Malaysia, not Thailand. Sorry that I didn't specify that in the pictures. Penang is an island off the coast of northern Malaysia that was originally founded by the British in the 1700s. It is quite different from the rest of the Malay population, as it is made up of a large number of Chinese, Indians, and native Malay. It was originally used as a trade port and all of the cultures have diverged, and thankfukky live well together. You can find foods of all different types and quite cheap.

1/2 roasted duck (for two people) for about $3.75.............noodle dishes extremely cheap, and everything made fresh right in front of you.

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You have such a fabulous and exotic life....I am truley envious :) Wonderful!! Is it humid there? Do you know the language or is English spoken fluently? Keep the pics coming! How about a few more of that cute little poochie :)

Later,

Pokey

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Intermittant humidity, depends on the time of the year. Had the Japanese rebonding done to my hair about 6 months ago so no more frizz.

I speak a little Thai, but spend most of my time teaching English to nurses and doctors. In my area I survive just fine without speaking too much Thai,but in other areas you need to speak it or have a translator.

I will tell Sabrina to pose for more pictures. She loves to do that.......... :balloons:

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