Hotel Equatorial Melaka
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... and play music like gangnam style. In the afternoon we went to the oldest chinese temple in Malaysia and, with spare time on our hands, we chilled on the gorgeous balcony at our guesthouse which overlooks the river. We ate some noyan food for tea (yum), chicken rice balls for lunch (simple and stodgy but good) pineapple tarts for snacks (good) and cecol for an afternoon dessert (google it- I really wasn't a fan!) which are all local ...
... a road which happened to be on the other side of an inner city hiking trail. While the section we were told to cross was only about 400 meters or so long, such was the terrain that it took us about an hour to traverse. As frustrating as it was, we eventually made it to the other side and so were linked back up with the map directions that Stuart had printed off of google. We continued onward until about 2 o'clock when we were forced to search out a hotel in the city suburbs ...