Hotel Ninety Six (906)
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... hotel and they pointed us back in the direction of the bus station where we started. We made our way back there and then started heading down another street from their directions. 20 minutes later we were at the hotel. Apparently we went down the wrong street the first time... oops! We checked in and pretty much passed out right away after a long day and a long walk with our bags in the Malaysian heat.
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... Selatan to KL was forty minutes late! When the booking clerk at the station told me the train was delayed I almost cried tears of sweet, sweet joy. How great it is to visit a country where nobody gives a stuff about those things called clocks! It all works out in the end.
I'm currently writing this in my first class carriage of the northbound train. It's much more comfortable then second class where my knees were almost pushed into my gut, and about two-thirds full, ...
... Tickets bought and now to find our local bus to take us to the area of town that we are staying in. Melaka is a UNESCO town, a bit like Georgetown and Hoi An (Vietnam). After a long wait at the station, whilst Ed tells me that I look like I have rabies. Stinking cold, not being able to sneeze, my eyes watering and I'm sniffing some tissue with tiger balm on it to help me breathe. Yes at this point I feel the love! Finally the bus turns up, and we get on and pay for ...
Took a pretty fancy coach (with fully reclining chairs) back to KL, and then a bus to malaka which took up most of the day. We are staying at an old heritage guesthouse which has lovely, welcoming owners and backs on to the river in Chinatown. It is very shabby chic with tall ceilings, plants growing through from the balcony above to the kitchen, shutters on the windows and old wooden floors, with homemade cakes in the kitchen every day. For ...
... offer. We followed the river path up to the nearest bridge and then back down along the other side. There is a revolving viewing platform in Melaka, but we felt that as we had seen better views elsewhere it probably wasn't worth the money. After a quick shower back at the hostel, we went back into the main town for dinner. A look on Trip-advisor for the best restaurants gave us some ideas and we opted for a small cafe down a side street off the shop-adjourned ...