Number Twenty Guest House
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... a disturbing wink in our direction, “They couldn’t resist the low taxes and high security of this humble city either.”
“That̵ 7;s nice, we’re going to go now….Good luck with business today!” Gab shoved me into the crowd and I’m glad I didn’t even get the chance to look back.
For the rest of the day, Gab and I dared each other to try foods of varying visual appeal, which ...
... here in the past.
Its 30 degrees again and the t-shirt is sticking to the nipples. The river brings a touch of light relief from the heat though in truth, not very much. But it is nice to have a windowless rear to the building where we can sit and watch the boats go by while Liza sits reading and I sit typing the first **** that comes into my head to you.
Malacca. Melaka. However you spell it, it comes out looking wonderful.
... hotel and they pointed us back in the direction of the bus station where we started. We made our way back there and then started heading down another street from their directions. 20 minutes later we were at the hotel. Apparently we went down the wrong street the first time... oops! We checked in and pretty much passed out right away after a long day and a long walk with our bags in the Malaysian heat.
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Took a pretty fancy coach (with fully reclining chairs) back to KL, and then a bus to malaka which took up most of the day. We are staying at an old heritage guesthouse which has lovely, welcoming owners and backs on to the river in Chinatown. It is very shabby chic with tall ceilings, plants growing through from the balcony above to the kitchen, shutters on the windows and old wooden floors, with homemade cakes in the kitchen every day. For ...
... anything about the city they serve). Then we waited another two hours before someone showed up at the crack ten to check us in. The room is a public storage shed that was converted into some micro loft. There are two lights, but one was burnt out and was not fixed for three days. This cubical dungeon made it very easy to wake up early because the cockroaches will crawl on your face and wake you. The staff is non existent and don't speak English at all. There is only one person, ...