Garden City Melaka Service Apartments
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Vandaag eindelijk pannekoeken bij het ontbijt. Preetie was al vanaf 8.00 in het zwembad op robert aan het wachten. Om 9.00 waren we eindelijk wakker dus ze was extra blij dat onze bink er eindelijk was. Na een paar uur zwemmen moesten we uitchecken. Om 12.00 eerst naar de petronas towers en daarna met de trein naar de batu caves. De fotos spreken …
... of the camper down, and we only noticed it 15 minutes after we drove away. So while we were motoring along (slowly) Des put the top down electronically.
All seemed OK by the time we met the Bartons in Johor until we tried to pop the top up. It must have blown a fuse or came down out of kilter or something, but it would not lift up.
We both climbed into the camper via the crawl-through hutch and slept in a much cosier space!
... of wealth, and, even more so, was the sprawling golf course with a multitude of players from Melaccas middle class. And added to all that were a few enormous palatial buildings, bright, new, modern, advertising this country's intent to make a mark on the new world economy.
This is a country that is going places. Unfortunately it is a country we now have to leave, for we have another place to go ourselves. Indonesia, specifically Java, awaits for us tomorrow. AirAsia permitting, ...
The people that I was with are all getting their masters in International relations/ studies and their area of concentration is South East Asia, so seeing the straits of Malacca was a huge deal and probably our main goal for the day. There were also some foodies amongst us (I was one of them), so we stopped at a lot of food stands to try some of the local cuisine. Malacca is special for both it's ...
... br> The next day we continued exploring the town, visited the Sultanate palace museum, and ate a lunch of fried rice, chicken dumplings and crispy prawns made even more delicious by being ridiculously cheap.
The town is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, so there is a lot of restoration being undertaken. In 5 years time it will probably be a very different place.
Our next stop - Kuala Lumpur.