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cozy type, Breakfast also provided & jus 15min walking distance to Heritage site
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... rip off" tourists according to some crew members.
The lecture on Myanmar was interesting … our Port Lecturer did not recommend a DIY tour saying that the port was about 1 - 1 ½ hours from Yangon and that if you went in a taxi you would get no narration and may not end up where you wanted to go because many Burmese people do not speak English.
Disappointingly, our time in port ...
... before packing our bags and heading for the train station. No pre-organised buses or collections today, we are pros now, so we planned to navigate ourselves all the way to malacca with no help! It went pretty well too! We plodded to the monorail station, hopped on the mono rail thing to the train station, another train to the bus station and then half an hour later we were on our way!! How nice it is to be back to civilisation.. Sort of!! (Warning: I'm about to have a ...
... springing up all over the place. However, in the middle of all this is a protected 'village' in traditional Malay style. It provides a fascinating juxtaposition to the nearby office blocks housing multinational accounting firms. The village is very well maintained and suspiciously uniform, which makes us think that the authorities send plenty of money its way to keep it looking quaint for the tourists. Even if this is the case, the village provides an insight into how Melaka ...
... really cool and tasted very well! afterwards i joined for one beer at a local pub on the same street as i am staying. they played good old music, you were sitting on plastic chairs outside on the street and you had to get your own beers from the fridge. hung out with two funny locals. one had been working in the tourism industry for many years and even knew a bit of swedish. seemed to be a middle aged old hippie from europe owning the ...
... some fire hose that we could use - (this is used widely in zoos for making swings and hammocks etc for the Os and chimps). It was really hard work but we did it in the end - the keepers are going to finish it tomorrow when they get more trees. We finally finished as much as we could and we made our way back to the train and Derek and I went to KL to meet Liz & Andy. G&T here we come.