Hotel Orkid Melaka
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... an identity. Malacca is like Georgetowns slightly run down twin. Another heritage town with a burgeoning Chinese population (which always seems to lend authenticity to a more real Malaysia somehow) and a little India to boot. Our hotel is cute, extremely friendly, well run, more free tea and coffee, cheap as chips (£11) and looks beautifully over the river which runs through the city from the old famous port which brought the Dutch and ...
... with the roti canai in the restaurant. After four nights here we got an early boat back to the mainland. So many people when you arrive back on the mainland but we just went to the Same travel agent and booked the bus to Cameron highlands. I learned from my previous mistake and got the leg room seat so this mini bus was grand and it was really scenic in parts! We once again had nothing booked for Cameron highlands so just winged it when we got there and ended up in another **** ...
... 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 ...
What a truely incredible place. It was one of those places where we really did not want to leave and wished we had booked more time there. It is steeped in history and culture and even has its own Hard Rock Cafe lol.We explored the old quarters almost every day and came up with new streets and places to visit all the time. An organised walking tour of the main city gave a good flavour of the history ...
... famous is Malaysia, one cafe had queues of an hour waiting to sample their chicken rice balls). For desert we tried a chocolate ice cream within an egg pod, fruit on a stick covered in liquid sugar (lolly pop like) and lastly a chocolate pancake like cake.
Next stop a 2 hour bus ride to Kuala Lumpur, doing it in local style a public bus to the bus station and then onto a coach!