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It's every Portuguese dream to go to Malacca and also Goa and Macau and Brasil (former colonies). So of course being in the areas I had to go, otherwise I would be striped of my Portuguese nationality. Malacca is a little melting pot, a little Asian jewel, and it attracts many many tourist. It looks more like a Southern European City at times, but in this case full of Malaysians, Indians, Chinese and quite a few tourists. We took a short flight from Thailand ...
Wow already this is our last full day in Melaka and there is still so much to see. First things first, we head back toward St. Paul's hill to see the remains of the building at the bottom. This was yesterday's failed mission. There were lots of cannons there which of course kept our little minion happy.
There are also two Chinese temples, one small and one large to see, as we. As a rather beautiful mosque which we have seen from a distance. We decide to head up the river ...
... Jan 19. Well here we sit on a bus destined for Kuala Lumpur! Lesson: Don't listen to hotel owners who tell you it is not necessary to book bus tickets early. We arrived at the bus depot to find the only bus going directly to our destination of Pulau Pangkor is full. This sucks. The only thing to do is to book a Kuala Lumpur bus and hope that there are afternoon connections to the north (which there are ). Minor bumps in the travel road and another reason why ...
... as there are currently no other guests next door…Not bad for under £22 a night with breakfast…..
That evening we took Lee’s advice, him having been here at Xmas time last year and went to eat at a Tandoori house around the corner, lovely curry and nan breads all washed down with “Mango Lassi” what no beer or wine on the menu !!!!
Oh !!! time for bed,,,more sleep for ...
... sea, the museum district, old churches and a megamall- all of which we didn't even know existed so it definitely pays to explore! Even wandering through the local villiage was an experience. As it was our last day we headed back to our fave spot by the river, where we bumped in to Jo again who joined us.
This was one of the greatest things about the town, bumping in to everyone- it was also our first ...