Sayang-Sayang Guest House
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kamar unik, bersih dan lokasi strategis. cukup berjalan kaki ke point of interest kot atua melaka
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... and rich history. This area is a UNESCO historical site and was colonized by the Portuguese, Dutch, and English. There is also a strong Chinese influence stemming from a marriage between a Malay sultan and a Chinese princess who brought along many attendants who would marry amongst the local people. Malacca and its people are truly unique.
We took a bus from KL to Malacca central where we took a local bus ...
... Japanese Karaoke). We tried to get into a restaurant which was recommended but the queue was to long so we ended up having a Thai by the river which was nice.
Had a lie in as we both felt knackered then headed out for a Brunch at the Dutch Cafe over the River. Had a typical Malaysian Breakfast of Chicken Curry with Roti (a flat unleavened bread cooked with layers - delicious!) We walked down Jonker Street in the day to see what it ...
... group. We got into the meat of the conference in many ways; breakout groups for Education, Technology and Community Organization independent of OLPC going forward were some the subjects for lively discussion.
For a late lunch, I headed over to the Discovery Cafe where I had rented my bike. There was a new baby and first time Mom I befriended (as I tend to do). My new friend Anan invited me to the baby's first month old party last ...
... and dashed back to her couch to continue watching the film! Eventually I found my room (the room number on my key fob bore no relation to door numbers) and I was thrilled at the size of my room - a queen bed and a single bed hardly took any space up! But the bathroom?..ha! I realised straight away there was no toilet paper and no towels and to get to the toilet I had to remove the bright purple builder's size bucket out of the bathroom. So I braved a journey ...
... seven thirty in the morning of the nineteenth, so sadly that meant I had to spend a night in Singapore, an horrifically expensive thing to do for a backpacker!
I then assessed the day ahead, building a plan in my head of what I was going to see and do; I definitely wanted to see the maritime museum, as well as the little India area, and also the famed 'Jonker’ street which contains most of the arts and craft shops in Melaka. I ...