Made it to Georgetown, Penang (Malaysia)
After a decent 4-hour train ride from Kuala Lumpur, I made it to Georgetown. The train did not take me directly to my destination — I had to take a cab from the train station to my hotel. I could've taken a ferry, but from what the cab driver told me that could take up to 2 hours.
Was he lying? Possibly. But he got me to my hotel — The Wembley — in roughly 30 minutes, so I'm happy either way. I paid him extra for his service. He smiled.
While Georgetown is still a busy city, it's not as busy as Kuala Lumpur. The lifestyle here is more chill, which I like. I've been stressed lately, so this slower change of pace is welcome.
I may end up in Langkawi next week, which will slow things down even more (it's a small island). I'm not sure if I'll go there yet. I'm a little burned out from traveling and staying in Georgetown until I leave to Australia sounds nice.
The only picture I've taken so far is from my hotel room. I'm up on the 29th floor. Check out the view.
After arriving yesterday, I didn't go out and went to bed. Currently, I'm working from a cafe and museum called Kim Haus. It's a good place to work, but the internet could be faster.