Tonight’s upload speeds (at least for the time being) seem much improved over the last several days so I’m on the verge of catching up on uploading photos to the Penang Photos galleries. You may have noticed that I published the “Part 4” article before I’d uploaded the photos to accompany it and then suffered tons of failed uploads — it felt like I was trying to squeeze a Chiang Mai sausage through a 7-Eleven straw! But those photos are almost all online now and that will free me up to write “Part 5” tomorrow. This will cover last Thursday’s wanderings — I’ll take a look at the photos as the majority were taken in George Town’s Protestant Cemetery and I doubt that a gallery showing a hundred or so gravestones hidden amongst the trees would be of much interest. I’ll probably just upload the more significant graves — Captain Francis Light’s, for example, and that of the oldest known European burial. It will finish out the series and I’ll then start working on my various street guides for Old Phuket Town.
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