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... interesting, as it is a slice of jungle in the middle of a city. It was very humid, and I got sweaty yet again. I went there to go on the canopy walk, but it was shut, which annoyed the hell out of me. When I got back to the hotel, Susie was still asleep. We got the train to the bus station to the south of the city a little bit too early, as the train we wanted arrived at the station just as we got to the platform. I had an unfortunate moment with a blind man, where I was frozen ...
... been the Malacca.
We had our Chicken rice at Famosa Restaurant. It's not difficult to recognise the restaurant as it's entirely red with a pic of Cai Lan (Hong Kong celebrity chef) on the entrance. As we wanted to try everything, we ordered both steam and roast chicken. As usual, ...
... became independent in 1957.
We also found some pretty cool temples.
On a side note, my bowels haven't survived the crossing to Malaysia and with trips to the toilet becoming pretty regular! haha. Usual travelling issues. Thankfully I'm not the only one as Dave is suffering just as bad as me. lol.
The next morning we caught a bus the Melaka Sentral and caught a bus up to Kuala Lumpur.
... and he gave in. We got on the people and realised we should have taken a taxi instead because a 2.5 hour bus turned into 5 hours. Not only that but it dropped us off far from the hotel, contrary to close to the hotel, being this latter where it should have dropped us off. We then had to take a really old falling to pieces taxi that ripped us off with no meter and had praise to Allah in his radio AND smoking in the car. We where then thinking are we in ...
... couple to their next destination. It's small Chinatown had the nicest feel, with a temple and lanterns lighting up the crooked streets at night. Great food joints lined the streets as with everywhere in Malaysia. And here we discovered another speciality - pineapple pastries, they melted in your mouth. Yuma Yuma Yuma. So we took it easy, a bit too easy and looked forward to returning to KL to get right back into the action - a place we've covered enough of already in ...