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... sightseeing works up a thirst so while SG goes for a swim, AG enjoys a couple of happy hour beers. Then we hunt down some local 'chitty' food - Chitty is the name given to Straits born Indians. Again the street side restaurant of our choice is busy with Malay customers of all ethnic origins. It's very good and very cheap Indian food. Just no beer, only lassi and fruit juice. A prominent sign warns that neither alcohol nor pet dogs are allowed....
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... with thousands of dollars in bribe money, will get the jobs. The graduating students will most likely be unemployed or working driving tuk tuks or selling food on the side of the streets. But, that does not seem to be the case here in Malaysia. I met Foong through an offer he had to show foreigners around the city. I met others in Vietnam doing the same thing. There is no money involved. They are usually college students, near graduation, hoping to improve their English ...
... groups that still live in the jungles of Malaysia. The government has set up schools, and the kids attend for a month or so, then disappear. The tribes consider the "city" dwellers totally uncivilized, and see no reason why any one has to go to school. Life lessons and skills are taught every day on how to survive and belong to a truly wonderful unique civilization. There are nomadic tribes as well, and it is these in particular that cannot see ...
... Bobbie a brandy coffee! In the evening we attempted to find an Indian restaurant whIch everyone had raved about, took us down some strange streets but we eventually found it as there we loads of people outside. Just about got a table and had a really good meal, despite the half hour wait!
Headed back through the night markets and sat on the roof with some beers again. Checked out the next day, and headed back to Melaka sentral to carry on to Kuala ...
... 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, ...