A'Famosa Resort Hotel Melaka
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We planned to go to the Port Lecture this morning and sit up the back. We got there a few minutes late but didn't miss too much. We had two lectures – one on Phuket – our port of call tomorrow, and the other on Myanmar.
Apparently we will a few kilometres away from the town of Phuket so for those not on shore excursions, they’ll have to negotiate with taxi drivers who allegedly like to ...
Hello to all my fans, well robs fans, but soon to be mine too I hope!! Rob has finally agreed for me to have a turn at writing the blog, and has gifted me the honour of our one night trip to Melaka..! (He obviously has little faith). Apologies in advance for spelling/grammar mistake etc, I may not have a degree in sports journalism, but I'm hoping my wit and sense of humour will make up for it.. So here goes nothing.. We began our day with a slice of left over Pizza Hut ...
... to plan a long way in advance and simply shut the place down for a few days. Just after three when the heat was beginning to wane, we went out to get lunch at our favourite Indian restaurant, where we met an Australian man who works in the mining industry and a Malaysian woman: a doctor. After this we set off on a walk upstream along the river. Melaka is a fast developing city that appears to get some serious investment. Away from the UNESCO Heritage Old City, tower blocks and ...
... into. Harith and Jasmine then took us to a shopping mall which had a food court and we had some pretty good Indian food.
Thursday 16th January
Arrived for our second day by which time we realised there were not going to be enough logs to lay across the two large ones and that we would need to somehow tie together the ones we had laid to stop movement - one of the keepers managed ...
... couldn’t eat another thing and the whole bill was the price of one meal at Geographers Café. So really they did us a favour by being so ****.
That night we went out for more fun on Jonkers Street. The market was full to bursting and we did lots of window shopping and ate strange and wonderful snacks from around the world. Normally I don’t really like to shop but I have learned from Thailand that a night market is a completely different animal from a western mall ...