Emperor Hotel Malacca
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... getting hit in the face by the aircon!! After I had a drink and cooled down, I went for a wander around Merdeka Square. Once upon a time it was home to a cricket pitch. The Royal Selangor Club next to it used to be the pavilion. The day I went there was a stage and a stand being built up on the grass. I'm not exactly sure what it was for. When Malaysia gained independence from Britain, the square was the focal point of the celebrations, with the Union Jack being lowered ...
... the shopping belts.
Arrived at The Explorer Hotel. I have a fascination for new hotels. So needless to say, I book it because it's new. Yah...even the café is not really done up yet. Simple and no frills hotel. The ...
... tourists around the town, explaining about the history as we went. It was a nice way to see the main sights of the town as I didn't have a clue what there was to do there, nor did I have much time as I wanted to meet Sophie and Zac in Kuala Lumpur the following day. The tour lasted until around midday, after which I wandered around the winding streets for a while before stopping for ...
... with stalls jammed in next to eachother under gazebos selling everything from durian puffs and fresh coconut water (still in the coconuts) to mobile phone chargers, wind up plastic toys, t shirts, replica ray-ban sunglasses and Rolex watches, flip flops, BBQ meat, iPad cases, belts, wallets, cartoon character emblazoned pillows, blankets and towels, twisty fried potatoes on a stick, fruit on a stick, brightly coloured sweets on a stick... And much much more! ...
... all the sights and taught me some Malay. I absolutely love the Malay language. It is such a happy, bouncy, vibrant tongue. Even when Malaysians argue they sound as if they were having the time of their lives. And it is ridiculously easy to learn for an English speaker - I believe only Afrikaans would be easier to pick up. It is written in the Roman alphabet, there are no genders like male tables or female oranges as in German, plurals are formed by the simple expedient of repeating the ...