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Rooms are small to North American Standard but meets all western needs . Breakfast is average ...
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... mixture of temples, mosques, churches, British & Dutch colonial style buildings, Malay kampung houses and of course streets of 'Peranakan' shop/ houses that we also admired in Georgetown.
*Malaysia is a cultural, ethnic, religious and culinary mixture of Malay, Chinese, Indian and European influences. They drive on the left and joy,what joy, use 3 pin plugs - no need to remember adapters here!
It has population of some 28 million, ...
... mall on par with the square in tallaght so I went home and continued my hangover in solitude listening to the same five songs from the regaee bar on repeat. We decided two days was enough here too so we booked the mini bus and boat to the perenthian Islands. The bus left at five am, this was very early as I'm sure you can imagine. And a very mini, mini bus, especially when you have 36inch legs like yours truly, whaaa? So yeah I wanted to kill myself about an hour into this but ...
... from around the world. I had the Meleka which is coffee with coca and margarine. It did taste pretty sweet. The way back to Jonker St was full of cars not going anywhere because worshipers had parked their cars in the street to attend a church service! While the original plan was to stay until sunset I decided I had seen all that I wanted to see and that I would catch an earlier bus so I would arrive in KL around sunset. Finding a taxi wasn't difficult as they congregate ...
... neither of us really knowing what to do initially, we just took our cue from nearby tables and after the satay soup was put in place we went to pick our satay sticks which ranged from all sorts of veg we couldn't put a name too, to chicken, lamb, all sorts really and had fun cooking up our grub!
All in all Melaka was so much fun not only did I stay over Christmas, but New Year too and despite a return to KL for a few days I don't think I ...
... on the cost, which was on our itinerary anyway.
The Portuguese Settlement looked a bit like an beach area on Tenerife but in off season (it's off season here to in November). The parking area was empty and the plastic chairs were stacked in the corner but we could still get a coke and look out onto the Melaka straight.
From here we cycled on to a man made Island off the coast that we could reach over a small bridge to visit the new Mosque. The whole island was ...