Number Twenty Guest House
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... which was not very much fun in the tropical heat) and Martin used the umbrella. Prepared or not, we got soaked! We wandered over to the Petronas Towers, passing the KL Tower on the way. The tops of the Petronas Towers were peeking trough the clouds making for quite a nice view. Beside the towers is a monastery offering a vegan buffet lunch so we grabbed some food while we were out. After a rather wet afternoon we headed back to the hotel and shed ...
... which the guy was taken aback by stating that I was ordering an entire chicken (I knew that I could manage it), a tosai masala (pancake with vegetables and masala sauce inside) and a mango lassi to wash it all down. The tandoori chicken did not disappoint when it arrived, succulent and smoky, served with a mint and lime sauce with chilli that I just wanted to drink, and incredibly moreish. I had no trouble finishing the lot. After dinner I headed back to ...
... the bus driver ask for me to alight at Christ Church.
It was Saturday night at The Christ Church were crowded with tourist and local people.
I drop here and took some pictures. Then ask to people how to get to L'amarda Guesthouse.
Some of them don't know the direction. So I just walk follow the rush people to Jonker street.
There are a lot of people at The Night Bazaar, many hawker and booth for souvenirs.
Magnet 4 pcs for MYR ...
... it's a neighbour of Australia, I feel should be more familiar with the place, and Sheila has been reading about it quite a bit lately, albeit in the Lonely Planet, which isn't always accurate and often over-spins a place. As a kid, I remember the business with Dr Sukarno, the Indo president, but I have know idea why he was in the news; I know that Indo has fantastic surf, Men at Work did a song in the 80s called' I've Been to Bali Too'; Orang utans; The Bali Bombing; The Tsunami at Banda ...
... Paul’s setting looking over the city no doubt adds a limited amount of charisma to the structure, but in general they are pretty bland. There is not even that interesting a story behind the ruins, just that they have been neglected and superseded by other developments in Melaka.
From St Paul’s I headed away from Melaka’s historic core to visit the world’s largest Chinese burial ground outside China. ...