A'Famosa Resort Hotel Melaka
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We arrived in the afternoon, the hostel was really nice, the guy that owned it spent a long time showing us around, telling us how the showers worked, where the light switches were and telling us all there was to do in Melaka. He was very enthusiastic! We walked down to the river, had a look around the shops and temples and had dinner. The next morning Helin was struck down, ...
... the spray water use hand method - it makes bog roll seem ridiculously unnecessary and second rate).
Fortunately it's just the fundies being fundies and they are in a strict (geddit) minority here. Fighhting back against them are groups such as Sisters in Islam (SI - the antidote to IS?) who raised the faeces point themselves. OK, that's enough **** talk.
In other news. The drugs are in Georgetown. We've read ...
... city. We walked by the river, saw the famous Christ's church, ate tons of good food, and stopped by some pretty cool local shops. Overall it was an interesting experience and I'm glad I went. I look forward to my trip to Teregganu this coming week and the Hudud forum that will be held there. Maybe I'll find something that will make me fall in love..Until then, I will be staying inside and away from the heat of KL.
... The lovely historic and restored Wayfarer Guest House on the Malacca River is the conference venue. (The rooms there had quickly booked.) On the first conference day, Saturday, we really crowded the informal spaces. We welcomed group of about 30 exchange students from Africa who are studying at an Islamic University in KL that had been invited to attend and learn about volunteerism. They did not know anything about the XO laptop, OLPC or ...
... made for the deceased. Everything had a purpose, life for the ladies was very conservative and they were not allowed to see any outside male visitor to the house - they were put in separate rooms. An area of the house was open to the skies as water brings good fortune so any rain water bought luck or money to the house, they were very superstitious. Sadly we were unable to take photos within the ...