The sleep was good and caught up. Breakfast was not bad, it was after all technically free.
We hit the historical streets of Georgetown again and headed in the opposite direction of yesterday. We made use of the free bus and treated as a hop on hop off sightseeing bus.
We took a look at the town hall, city hall, some mosques and churches and finally the not so historical mall. Air conditioned and full of expensive shops but was a welcomed retreat from the midday sun and humid temperatures outside.
Georgetown has a large number of street art dotted around the city. Each piece tells the story of the street it sits on.
We set out to find as many as possible or at least the most interesting ones as there are over 50 of them.
Mid sightseeing we stopped for a cendol, a bowl of shaved ice covered in syrup, beans, liquorish, sweet corn and other unnamed sweet goodies.
We grabbed a late lunch in little India. We tried a banana leaf dish, very similar to yesterday's Thali, a assortment of curries, breads, rice and this time sweets, served on a banana leaf. It was super good and super cheap. Siobhs £1.50 dinner filled her to the brim and left extra to be boxed up for later.
We relaxed at the guesthouse for the rest of the day. Siobh finished off her banana leaf later in the evening and I had curry Mee, a curry noodle dish, and fun, a rice pancake and dark soy dish.
On the way home we found a trendy little cafe called the moustache house where we had tea and cheesecake!! It's was extremely good and extremely expensive!
Out legs throbbed with all the walking around and we craved our nights sleep.