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cozy type, Breakfast also provided & jus 15min walking distance to Heritage site
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... too much else for the rest of the evening. On Wednesday the highlight of the day for me was getting my hair cut. We asked a security guard at the hotel if he knew of anywhere nearby and pointed out one around the corner from the hotel. He told us how much it normally cost, and gave us a warning not to get mugged off by the guy. We headed there after breakfast, and discovered the hairdressers was one man in a space the size of a closet. There was a queue, but we didn't mind ...
... in a large boiling pot of satay sauce. Wow I hear you all say! Yes it was beyond amazing! We ended up having nearly 40 skewers, a combination of meat, fish, and vegetables. The sauce was heavenly, we were eating it by the spoonful. It was a very messy meal, but having eaten with our hands for several meals now, we are used to the mess, and got stuck in.
Hearing the local morning market was just across the road, we decided to purchase some fruit (a pineapple, ...
... to the Portuguese area where we stopped by a lady selling a special Mango juice - delicious! Then it was dinner time at a really local hawker centre outside. So much choice on what to eat, so we all picked something and all shared together. After we returned we found out that it had been Mr Lai's birthday the day before but had not celebrated it then - but we were now! Out came a birthday cake and we all sung Happy Birthday to Mr Lai, was very special moment to share with ...
... when has the lack of a rail service ever deterred me from catching a train?
So I arrived at KL Sentral at just past eight in the morning ready to board Train No. 13, the Ekspres Sinaran Selatan (Southern Sunshine Express), bound for Singapore and operated by Keretapi Tanah Melayu, "Railways of the Malay Land". And here's a fun fact - the Malay word for railway, "keretapi", is a compound of "kereta api", meaning "chariot of fire". How cool is that?
Thus I found myself humming ...
... never returned to them. In the early 19th century, the british took full control of Malaca. The British destroyed the fort in 1806, so it could not fall into enemy hands. Only a small part of the fort remains today.
Nearby is St John's Fort. It was at one time a private chapel dedicated to St John the Baptist when the Dutch controlled Malaca.
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The Museum of Beauty is a part of the People's Museum. The first two ...