Bayview Hotel Melaka
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... Diwali to you, but that's how they say it in Malay. We were informed that Malaysia was to get two days of Deepavali because the religious bigwigs ****** up the calendar and declared it on the wrong day (yesterday). Although we went out looking yesterday and we couldn't find any lights or fireworks. We're going out again this evening to try and find them again. Malaysia is big on public holidays. They seem to have more than France. And they retire at 58. Do you all feel ...
... would walk up and put this multicoloured feather coat on the person singing. Seriously contemplated getting up and rapping the real slim shady here, but didn't really trust Mick to put the coat on me and without the coat, **** that ****. But it was all Chinese or Malay songs, and it was terrible. So anyway was good Craic there but only cause we had each other cause it was literally a prostitute bar for locals. So second day in Malacca, and while Mick was asleep I went to see what ...
... un-touristed areas of Malacca, which included stumbling upon some very strange slug-like mudfish and a huge Dubai-esque marina development site before ending up at a pretty spectacular mosque which has been built over the sea. We were all pretty shocked to see the huge amount of development that is planned for Malacca and slightly dubious as to whether it will ever become more than just a pipe-dream, but with its close proximity to both KL and Singapore I guess anything is ...
... pretty heavy to cycle so it's just as well Melaka is flat... I'll need to have a shot while I'm here ha ha!
My first venture out takes me along Jonkor Street and the weekend market, the street is lined with stalls selling everything from antiques to durian puffs and is a hive of activity. The market is on every Fri/Sat/Sun and has some fab food stalls at one end where I head to sample the seafood in the Chinese area, they have everything ...
... to see". We carried on out to the river and took a load more photos of the area. It was midday and Melaka was as hot as George Town was. The heat just pounded down on us, and soon needed a large cold drink. We headed around to the shopping centre by us. In the heat it seemed never ending, but really wasn't that far away. Always such bliss when you walk into air conditioned shopping centres and straight to get a drink. We decided to have a walk around the shops whilst the ...