Travel Blogs from Melaka
... every half hour.
"Yes, but what time exactly? "
"Every half hour."
"Yes, but when?"
"Half an hour."
It took fifty minutes for a bus to arrive. Then, like Route 17, it picked up passengers along a tortuous milk run through suburban Malacca, then the driver needed to fill up the tank, then he got into a lovely conversation with someone on the service station forecourt, then .....
At least I had good company on the bus, a bloke in his fifties called Johan who ...
... quite unexpected.
Martin stopped in his tracks and was staring at the river. What's that? I stop and look and we see something swimming along on the far side of the river. It's too big to be a rat, it doesn't look like an otter, and then it began to swim closer and we could see that it was a lizard, and a big one too. We followed it along the river and we saw it had a few friends sitting on a wall enjoying the sun. This was incredible. We watch for a while and decide to ...
Kuala Lumpur to Melaka. Monday. All packed up, showered and fed. The usual routine on the morning of travel, but I never know how else to tell you all that we eat in the morning!! So after a great long stay in KL we are finally leaving, for good. Our bus is booked for 11am and now it's 10am so going to make our way to the bus station a we have no idea how long it will take us to get there. Thankfully it's on the same LTR line that passes us so no changing lines. We arrive at ...
Turtles Typhoid and Taxi's
The above is the order of our favouritism….
After a pretty good night’s sleep we woke about 07;30 and dithered about a bit before going for breakfast. You have to go to the owner’s other guesthouse "Café 1511" about 3 mins walk where you have a really good choice of breakfast. We had Strong coffee and French Toast,,very nice. While eating ...
... her a few dollar notes for her incredible hospitality and thanked her before saying our goodbye's.
We took the bus to Johor Bahru, a city that is situated just north of the Island of Singapore, on mainland Malaysia. After passing through both the Singaporean and Malaysian Checkpoints, we arrived there into a whole different world. And to be perfectly honest, the first impression of Malaysia was looking pretty grim. This did not look like a place ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet