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... golf. Don't ask me why, I'm just letting you know! If you are coming to this part of the world then you should know that most Mondays a lot of shops are closed. Friday, Saturday and Sunday are their big days. If you like crowds then you now know when to come, if you don't like crowds, then you also now know when to come. Malacca is a wonderful part of Malaysia, I wish that I had thought to come for a couple of days or so ...
... cut what I can't untie'. The Japanese guy was doing his best not to laugh at this point and I wasn't doing much better. The woman arrived and whilst we drove through Malacca he went the long way around giving us a guided tour as we went along and information on all the sites. I ended up sharing a room with the woman to make it cheaper, she was a bit strange as well - kept mumbling things to me then walking off mid sentence but she seemed harmless enough. It was 8pm by ...
... sites and museums that I decided I couldn't pass up.
Since the Bus Terminal in Kuala Lumpur was not particularly close to KL Sentral, I had to take a train to the departure point. I didn't check beforehand on how much a ticket should cost and I didn't even know the bus timetable. Therefore, I was just going to show up and hope for the best. By the time I arrived at the Bus Terminal, I bought a ticket and saw ...
... for a wander and visited the Customs Museum. Nothing of interest unless you are an ex Customs Officer or it’s raining, then went to the Naval Museum which was reasonably interesting if you like ships. After that it was up the 'Skypole’ or what ever they call it for an aerial view of the old town. Feeling a bit warm I was heading back into the old town when I saw that the next river cruise was in 10 minutes so just decided to do that as well. ...
... business in Singapore, etc. etc. She asked Monica for her finger prints and then stamped her passport. I did not say a word. I left my black hat on which I do not normally do going through customs. The guy looked at me, looked at my passport, stamped it, smiled, and said one word - "Go". I smiled to myself. I could hear the voice of my father, some 25 years ago, telling me always to avoid female custom officers while going through security. Some things never change.