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... we are only here one night so there's been no time to sample the foot reflexology. Being a Monday most restaurants have been closed but we did go local with Portuguese Chinese cuisine(not sure what the Portuguese bit if a chilli infused fish was) but succumbed to a coffee and brownie whilst the others went for beer. tomorrow is spent travelling east to Tioman island for a 2 days r&r , on the beach, snorkelling, more eating and drinking no doubt (being a tax free area).. life's a ...
... around the city. Here, when the answer cannot be understood and I ask again, often the staff just turns away and mumbles more. I find the whole attitude strange. People have different views of places they visit, though. A woman I met in Malaca said she loved Malaysia but didn't like Indonesia at all. A friend of mine that has been traveling for a few years, and is still traveling, told me Indonesia was one of his favorite places. Another backpacker told me he would never go ...
... however when another let us hop on for free. At Johar Baru (the first city on the Malaysian border) we waited about an hour for us bus to Melakka and sampled some pea pod crisps thinking they would be like wasabi peas. If you ever come across....Stay away. We arrived here in Melakka early evening just in time for the famous Jonker Night market. The Main Street in the city is closed off for stalls ...
... anything about the city they serve). Then we waited another two hours before someone showed up at the crack ten to check us in. The room is a public storage shed that was converted into some micro loft. There are two lights, but one was burnt out and was not fixed for three days. This cubical dungeon made it very easy to wake up early because the cockroaches will crawl on your face and wake you. The staff is non existent and don't speak English at all. There is only one person, ...
... romantic city on the southwest coast of Malaysia that was originally settled by the Dutch, then Portugese, then the British, then the Japanese, then the British again, and now owned outright by the Malaysians. It's a really nice place and the architecture of all the previous years (and rulers) is everywhere.
The day did clear up, almost right after we checked in (as it does in this season), and so we were off. We checked out the town square and fountain, ...