The hostel in Georgetown was the first accommodation with breakfast included. Thus there were no experiments this morning with food. After that we explored the town again and went to a local craft’s market. For lunch we met with Chan. As there were quite some peanuts around we decided to go for the fried oysters one more time. Then Chan drove with us to a Thai Buddhist temple with a huge lying Buddha right in the middle.
After that we went to a hidden shop to get some of the local specialities such as white coffee. From there on we went to the snake’s temple. In the temple the snakes are lying and moving everywhere. But it is not really dangerous as the teeth of the venomous snakes have been extracted and additionally they were dazed by the fragrance of josssticks.
In the afternoon we started with our way back to KL. This meant taking the ferry to the mainland, buying some fresh fruits at the roadside and then sitting in the car for four hours before watching rugby back in Kuala Lumpur.