A'Famosa Resort Hotel Melaka
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There was an interesting incident at 5:14am yesterday - the fire alarm went off for about 15 seconds throughout the ship. It was loud and it sounded very serious - and it was followed by no announcement whatsoever - and much confusion among passengers and crew. Apparently there was a slipping fan belt on an A/C unit in the Crow's Nest bar that caused some smoke to form, which triggered the general alarm. Murphy's law then caused ...
... but not before we climbed Bukit Hilir to see the remains of St. Paul's Church. Constructed by the Portuguese captain, Duarte Coelho, this church was named "Our Lady of The Hill", but was later turned into a burial ground by the Dutch for their noble dead, and got it's current title. Over the years it has seen many uses including ammunition storage. From here we descended on the far side of the hill. At the bottom of the stairs was ...
... circus freak that they can push around. What's even more frustrating is that he doesn't stick up for himself and just let people treat him like ****. There's a way to go about his height nicely, he is human has the right to say no to a photo or being touched or pushed around, but he just doesn't have the nerve to say no to those people! I get so angry on his behalf. I just want to be back in Canada where I don't have to hear about his height every ...
... town has a little India, or a china town with such great food it's easy to understand why this country is steeped in awards for its food. Modern- everybody speaks English, it's almost there first language, transport links all run on time and are a great standard. I mean, there is even wifi on the bus I'm currently sat on which meant I could even FaceTime my sister one day (I know there is some of that in England but this country seems to have ...
... in a torrential tropical thunderstorm and the first thing I saw was a giant Tesco- I honestly felt like I was back in the UK. Anyway, after about 3 hours the storm passed and it was time to do some exploring. The streets in the old town are really narrow and peppered with churches, temples and mosques. There are many small shops selling the ubiquitous artwork, clothes, scarves and bags etc indispersed with many fruit stalls- durians and ...