Grand Continental Melaka
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... 8211; it was a lot of fun. We filled out entries for the photograph boutique competition after Monique told us about it and insisted we enter/
Our new tablemates still not there … let’s hope they get better soon.
Doug, Lalita and Ramesh and I went to the David Heenan comedy show … while he got a few more laughs than he did last night, the guy worked up a sweat ...
... a road which was probably not meant for cyclists, but we already had been cycling a couple of one-way streets in the opposite direction, so we didn't care that much and ended up at the motorcycle lane of a bridge. At the top of the bridge we had a short break to figure out where to go and enjoy the view. After some more inconvenient intersections/traffic lights/ one-way streets we finally made it to Dutch and Portuguese heritage sites. We also ...
... forest around. Especially from a distance, the natural environment really appears to have been scarred by human action. Of course this is only what happened to almost all of the UK hundreds of years ago. To our shame, we have been particularly poor in our efforts to learn anything but basic Malay since arriving in Malaysia. This is simply down to laziness as there are thousands of loan words taken from English and the language is ...
... be I finally got an answer instead of either dumb founded looks, continued laughter, or complete terror. I really don't mind the language barrier and its ups and downs as it adds to the adventure, but I really don't understand the laughter. I mean if someone asked me a question and I had no clue what they were saying or how to answer them the last thing I would do is look to my group of friends and collectively laugh in their face. I mean I'm sure they aren't doing it purely out ...
... Indian, Japanese, we finally decided on Chinese and delicious it was too! After a jolly good feed we returned to the hotel, marvelling at the panoramic lifts gliding up and down, it was still early so we decided to have a drink in the lobby bar. I decided on a special cocktail which came in a coconut shell and John had the most expensive double Sambuca ever (44 singapore dollars!), followed by singapore slings and then off to ...