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... chatted to Chris for quite a while in our guest house the other evening. Chris was here for the day, but after speaking to dirty drop-outs travelling for six months (us) he cancelled his flight in the morning and stayed another day. Good for you Chris. I tried to tell him about Laos and how there was no work ethic there, and how this suited us. Chris's stance was that this was his sort of country. Because he could turn them round with his magical business studies ...
... un-touristed areas of Malacca, which included stumbling upon some very strange slug-like mudfish and a huge Dubai-esque marina development site before ending up at a pretty spectacular mosque which has been built over the sea. We were all pretty shocked to see the huge amount of development that is planned for Malacca and slightly dubious as to whether it will ever become more than just a pipe-dream, but with its close proximity to both KL and Singapore I guess anything is ...
... restaurant no later than 8am as the restaurants generally close at 10 and after 8 you get the dregs of what is left. Not willing to wake up this early I didn't get any Dim Sum and instead wandered down the banks of the river to see what I could sniff out. I ended up plumbing for an Indian style breakfast and pulled up at a roadside stall and ordered roti canai with a Teh Tarik. Roti is a form of bread in India which is a bit like Naan only a lot thinner ...
... before heading to the bar. The was more of an atmosphere this time and we ended up having a fair few whilst listening to live music and watching a big group of Japanese people dancing.
The next day I was planning on heading to Kuala Lumpur. I was feeling lazy and after getting up late I spent a few hours pottering around the mall and lazing at the guesthouse before deciding to get up and make a move. I had to get a bus to the main bus station then get the 2 hour bus to ...
... 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, ...