Number Twenty Guest House
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... for us. The place itself is huge, with many levels and beautiful wood work and rooms that have been restored to represent how it would have been when the sultan lived there from 1456 - 1477. Outside the palace are beautiful gardens that were built as a secret garden for the little princesses. Near to the Palace are the Proclamation of Independence Memorial Building and theme complex (Mini Malyasia) that we decide to pass up on.
We are ...
... in to our hotel and had a purge of our bags, removing anything that could be sent home. This was bagged up and (after lunch) taken to the post office. The whole posting procedure took over an hour, partly because Ben spent so much time taping up the box and its contents. However, we'll surely be grateful for lighter, less cluttered rucksacks.
We had a fruitless hunt for a couple of items in the mall before getting on the metro again ...
... guy comes over and takes Martin to inspect the aforementioned chicken biryani and rice, and he orders two. I order drinks and we sit on the pavement are, under the shade of the roof enjoying the breeze from the fans.
Soon our food turns up and it is fantastic, it also appears to be the popular choice with plates piled high with soft chicken, fragrant rice and mild vegetable curry. Absolutely delicious. It would have been quite lovely except for the ...
... and bend my nail back a bit but I induced an immediate sense of self-loathing for even trying. What was I thinking?
Dr Ho then took the coconut and after wrapping a handkerchief around his hand (cheating I reckon), he smashed the coconut repeatedly until it cracked open and spilled water all over the floor. People cheered, cameras flashed, I stood there holding my finger.
Something I did enjoy was Dr Ho told the crowd to beware of pickpockets; he then stated that ...
... that speak Cristao which is a dialect of Portugese from middelages which is not used anywhere else besides in Melaka.
Then came the turn for the Dutch to rule in Melaka with their friendly for local people colonization approach. They rebuild the temples and developed the town. Some places are still called with the Dutch name such as the town hall which is the Stadhuys and close to the Dutch square stands a windmill. Oh yea and on a ...