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... amazing, so much can change just from contact.”
“Mhm.̶ 1; I began to space out, only to be pulled back by Gab’s voice.
“Though it didn’t end at contact through trade for the Gujarati.”
“What do you mean?”
“Manufactu ring boomed alongside their ongoing commerce. Leather-working especially. I mean, who wouldn’t want red ...
... that it was heading towards us and would arrive in a couple of hours. And did it ever! Holy smokes! Justin found this really famous naan and tandoori chicken restaurant that he was very excited to check out. As we walked there, The sky was dark, and there is flashes of lightning beginning. Within minutes of us finding the restaurant and sitting down it absolutely poured! It wasn't nearly as much water as coast family but the lightning and thunder were ...
... the Portuguese arrived, took control and tried their best to weaken the Muslim faith by destroying mosques and tombs. As if it were so easy... In 1641 the Portuguese were ousted from the Malaka region by the Dutch who were becoming mighty powerful in the Far East, having taken Java in 1619 and made Jakarta their Eastern capital. Finally in 1824 we came along and seized control until we granted independence to Malaysia in 1957. Today Malaka city is still a ...
... Hard Rock Cafe and as soon as one guy saw me with my bag he asked me, "Taksi Sir?" We agreed on a RM20 fare and off we went. This guy wasn't as dangerous a driver as the first which was probably a good thing. If I had my time again I would probably arrive late in Malacca late in the day, stay overnight and depart in the afternoon. Probably on a Friday or Saturday as everything I've read about Malacca and signs around the town said that the Jonker St night markets are not to be ...
... The Nonya museum we went to was an old family house until the 1970s and was elaborate, beautiful, and huge, which reflects how important appearance is to the Nonya people.
We were so grateful to be able to spend time with Wayne, Yu Wei, and Yiing. They are all much younger than us, but we got along great. They are all such smart and bright people and so easy to like and get along with. They speak 3 languages (English, Malay, ...