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cozy type, Breakfast also provided & jus 15min walking distance to Heritage site
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Eleven days later, and Nathan and I are now in Malacca, an independent city strategically located on the strait between China and India, or more specifically, the Malay Peninsula and Sumatra, and known worldwide for its silk and porcelain trade. The moment we landed and Nathan spotted the dhows, his excitement for the popularity of the cargo and passenger ship of the Arabian Sea won over his rational thinking, and he practically ...
... guys who had to clean the plane and add the food banging on the outside of the plane waiting for the people inside to let them in. They were getting quiet frustrated with the delay.
We took off on time and had no real hassles arriving and landed at AKL almost on time. We landed at a total different section of airport in KL to which we have been before that included taking a long train ride to customs. I think ...
It means 'no smoking', is important for reasons I'm about to tell you, and forms one of two Malay phrases we've learned (the other is selamat datang, 'welcome'). Dilarang merokok is seen all over the heritage streets of Malacca. On the weekends these streets are closed off for night markets and pedestrianised - and smoking is not allowed, ever, either on the streets, in the shops or in any building. The law appears to be obeyed without having to be enforced, quite an ...
... Malacca we decided to walk through the 'new' modern side of town which swaps colonial buildings for high rise mega malls and hotels before ending up at the old Portuguese settlement. The Portuguese settlement would have been slightly disappointing if we'd not met Paul and Caryl, some fellow Brits from Southampton, who popped over to say hello whilst we were having lunch after hearing our English accents. We hit it off straight away and ended up chatting for hours whilst walking ...
... which were rubbish. We tried some street food at the market, which was OK at best and bland at worst. I heard finally that there was a great place for tandoori and other Indian food, a little walk out of town (actually, I had to admit to Hannah halfway there, it was out of town on the other side of town). I'm excited to be in Malaysia, where Indian, Chinese, Indonesian and Malay food all collides and creates some of the most potentially delicious meals in this half of the world, so ...