Malaysia: Penang and Kuala Lumpur

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As we were leaving Borneo, the headline of localnewspaper read ‘The proverbial has hit the beach’. My heart sank as I read the sewage pipes in Penang had burst, and now raw waste was flowing into the sea. The report mentioned a possibility of e-coli on the beach. I quickly looked at the map – yep, exactly where Shaun and me were staying! In fact, the plant is practically next to the hotel. Although there wasn’t a major smell thank goodness, the beach is closed unless you want to walk on it – at your own risk. Lucky I’m more of a swimming pool person.

View from our hotel room in Penang View from our hotel room in Penang

Beach looked lovely but was covered in e-coli bacteria in Penang The beach looked lovely but was covered in e-coli bacteria in Penang

We spent nine nights in Penang, just chilling and eating. The beach was off limits but it was so hot in the day, it was…

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