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... 2.75). Cool. We walk up to main street and approach the first cabbie we see. Right away he says RM30, and wouldn't budge, even after we told him what the clerk said. His answer was it is really far, a whole SIX kilometers. To boot he offered us RM10 if we could find a cab for that price. This is when we met Bob, a local who happened to hear all this. He pulled us to the side, told us he travels and hates it when people try to grift ...
Allo allo, nice to see you again!Happy New Year! What a year it's been... 2015... No pressure, but man was 2014 a good'un.Good luck topping that! So picking up from where we left off... Josh and I had made it onto our two-hour bus journey to Melaka from KL's �main bus station (a pleasant journey with two changes on KL's Skytrain...we also got off at the wrong stop and had an issue with our tickets... Oh such bloody tourists), and we were LOADED with junk food.What fatties.To ...
... the bottle with our chocolate bar and called it a good night. Only several hours later my alarm woke me at 5:30am to give me enough time to get dressed and walk the 6km with Greg to the floating mosque for sunrise. In almost complete silence we shuffled still half asleep in the dark to the mosque. We got there just after six and found a quiet spot on the rocks to watch the mosque switch from a blue green glow of its lights at dawn to being in its full glory in the morning light. ...
... on an hour of sightseeing around melaka. First to the maritime museum and into the commercial shopping district, then to a famous a fort and a replica of the sultans palace, then back to Dutch square and across the bridge into Chinatown to a Chinese temple. We then went to the kampung where the poor exhausted peddler left us to cross the river back to our hotel for lunch. We sat in the cool library for ...
... of mine and he will pick up my tab, too." The staff memeber said no and told him to pay himself. I was a bit shocked, but I believe he is a typical Malaysian. I knew it from a terrible experience in Kuala Lumpur eight years ago. Anyway, after the guy went back to his table, I tried to pay RM6. The staff said RM8.... I knew the right price, but I didn't argue with Malaysians again. I just wanted to leave the disgusitng country as soon as possible.