Emperor Hotel Malacca
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... way to pay for visas and other things in Indonesia. On a better note (see what I did there?) we sold Persepolis for more than the feared 25p, taking three books to a quite mad junkie looking woman in a bookshop who gave us £6 for them. Her books are stupidly overpriced and I haven't seen a single soul in her shop besides us in the four or five days we've been here.
I don't know how some people make any money. There are a few places here selling stuff for tuppence, ...
... of Melacca? Nah that's a lie. All the shitness of Melacca. I kid, I kid. But anyway was just me and a lot of women with headscarves on crying our eyes out so I maintain it was in fact a cultural experience. Anyway we got a taxi to the bus station, and got the bus. Was a grand ol bus, we were the only two whiteys and had our own two recliners for the journey. Didn't sleep at all until maybe half an hour before we got there and of course that's **** cause someone wakes you up ...
This city is where is all began for Malaysian. It was the 1st port in the country and their ticket to accessing other countries, and opening themselves to trade etc... It was at first a fishing village end then taken by the Portuguese, followed ...
... mince pies which were delicious, and a visit from Santa no less!!! The evening takes on a proper Christmas feel when Joe and Jill entertain us with Honky Tonk piano and some Christmas singing which was a perfect end and I've made some great new friends into the bargain.
Alvin invited me to join him on Christmas Day for a full buffet type dinner at the Ramada Hotel which was extremely kind of him and we joined two of his work colleagues who ...
... but we are always looking at ways to reduce it, another one of the cheap Cambodian t-shirts I bought us getting chucked as the collar and back appear to have faded from the sun cream, but at £2 for maybe 2.5 months its pretty good value! A quick look around on singpost to try and get an idea of postage costs back to the UK as may send a few small things back in a shoe box - still undecided on that yet though! Back to Melaka, made our way out even though it must have ...