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... bit of a walk to find some food and came across Nancy's Kitchen. Turns out to be really popular and I can tell why. Awesome feed and so cheap. $6 I got a giant fresh spring roll but it reminded me more of a rice paper roll, a big plate of noodles and a coke. Money well spent. Then we went for a walk to find some kind of supermarket to get some supplies from. After a 20 ...
... off a bit of time on peninsular Malaysia and together with bit of time from Thailand we now have 3 weeks to kick around in the Malaysian part of Borneo. Maybe we get to see a wild orangutan (bucket list).
Jan 21. Donna is VERY upset. She made the observation that a lot of married couples seem to look like one another. She realized that when traveling, we also were similar in appearance. She then realized that after 10 years of trying to modify ...
I was up until 2am figuring out the easiest way of how to cross into Malaysia and a rough idea of the Malacca area. I couldn't find a bus service that accepted COA (cash on arrival) And the receptionist then suggested I catch a public bus to the Golden Mile Complex, easy enough, bedtime. That was the first night I'd been put in a dorm that had people coming and going at all hours of the night. I'd had enough of trying to get to sleep by 7am and got up to head to the coach services. ...
... church is the last surviving gate of the A Famous fort of Malacca. On the way to lunch Mr Koak stopped at a Mosque built on the oceans edge, we weren't allowed inside but we were able to take a few pics. He was telling us that the Muslim community are allowed to do what they want and they think the Buddist are difficult.. He said "you can't say that to them though, we can say it though" only problem? He was pretty much yelling it right next to where people ...
... We also enjoyed one of the boat rides down the river, which I think must
be almost a a compulsory tourist thing to do. Melaka looks good at
night, and what with the dragon at the entry of Jonker Street spouting
water, the trishaws all lit up with their colourful, flashing lights and
blaring PA systems, the riverbank lights twinkling. and Jonker Street a
moving mass of people, it adds up to fun place to visit.