Hotel Sentral Riverview Melaka
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... a spider had gotten smacked on top of his head. The man’s eyes were very close to making me fear for my life, so I refocused on the brief throbbing of my nose.
“Ow, please give me a warning next time.”
“You can bop me on the nose later if you want.”
“Thanks but no th-”
“Were you girls talking about Malacca’’s ...
... year and was the longest of the ones released at our time . With several hours to go till midnight we decided that we would return to the unit and see the fireworks in from there. I set up my tripod, did a quick look online for tips regarding firework shoot and waited. There were a couple of early fireworks which saw me racing from the window I had my camera set up to the balcony. I rearranged my settings and waited. While my photos are ...
... I've got KL sussed. Remind me of this next time we're there. Jumping off the bus at Puduraya bus station, the station we tried to head to before but got dumped at KSentral in error, we headed straight for the LRT, the monorail, at Plaza Rakyat, connected by walkway with Puduraya. Ticket machines coped with we paid 34p for a twenty minute train ride to Bandar Tasik Selatan on the Ampang Line (towards Sri Petaling). And yes I am proud ...
... 15 minutes and stops directly in front of the caves so we got there rather quickly. We started heading up the 250+ stairs when we were greeted by some more macaques (because we haven't had enough of these damn monkeys yet...). We had dealt with these sneaky little buggers a couple times before so we knew what kind of behaviour to expect from them and knew how to keep them away from us. Other tourists in the area were not so lucky. They seem to know ...
... museum, which belongs to a fourth generation Baba (Babas are the men, Nyonyas the women). The house is full of carvings covered in gold leaf, Italian marble, tiles from England, silk tapestries and bead embroideries.
In contrast is another shophouse we visited, the Heeren House, which has recently been renovated. This is a much more austere building, with an obvious Dutch influence. It is near to the river and so wholesale goods were probably hauled ...