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... the shipping container. I was in the cool Maccas restaurant trying to upload the pod and Facebook, but it was painfully slow and I only got a few pictures up.
Both the Bartons and us had some electronics and stuff to sort out, so the next morning we went our own ways through Melaka and took in some sights too.
As it happened, Des and I only drove 5 or 6 kilometres down the road when we found a beautiful beach around a salt water ...
... but not before we climbed Bukit Hilir to see the remains of St. Paul's Church. Constructed by the Portuguese captain, Duarte Coelho, this church was named "Our Lady of The Hill", but was later turned into a burial ground by the Dutch for their noble dead, and got it's current title. Over the years it has seen many uses including ammunition storage. From here we descended on the far side of the hill. At the bottom of the stairs was ...
I had an absolutely terrible sleep last night, just couldn't seem to shut off my mind from seeing pictures from our trip, or songs, I thinking about the next leg of our adventure, literally everything! Upon being woken up by air allowed hotel neighbors in the room next to us by putting earplugs and wear a face mask and marriage to sleep until 11. It was much needed! I'm here we headed to a coffee shop to have a tea and scone before heading once again to ...
... tandoori chicken like nothing I have ever eaten before. The best way to describe it was the chicken was so juicy it was like pulled pork the way the meat would just fall off the bone with the spices and the home cooked naan it was a special moment in my life. Ha. Malaka was owned by the Dutch and then the Portuguese for the same reasons shortly after we obtained georgetown (we would later take over in the 1500s under the British rule). Malaka has ...
... to avoid the one way streets!) where I found an abandoned theme park, a local pavement cafe where everything was written in Malay so I just pointed and hoped; it turned out well, a nice rice, prawn and egg dish materialized. There was also a monorail which opened in 2010 but closed a short while later due to safety fears so now it only runs once in a blue moon, I.e. when the government allows it to. Then I stumbled upon some traditional Malay houses- beautiful wooden ...