Ilham Resort Port Dickson
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... with linen and silk. Imagine the gold they got from all of those places”
“I bet they rolled in it.” She snickered, and I had to laugh at that.
“I would too if I were them. In our time, gold isn’t really that big of a deal anymore, and paper currency rules in lots of countries around the world.”
“They got rich in gold and silver, but I think they benefit from spreading their faith too. ...
... here in the past.
Its 30 degrees again and the t-shirt is sticking to the nipples. The river brings a touch of light relief from the heat though in truth, not very much. But it is nice to have a windowless rear to the building where we can sit and watch the boats go by while Liza sits reading and I sit typing the first **** that comes into my head to you.
Malacca. Melaka. However you spell it, it comes out looking wonderful.
... back on the train and headed for the bus station. We bought tickets on the earliest bus to Malacca. The bus left about 30 minutes after we got the tickets and then it was about a 1.5-2 hour ride into Malacca. Once there we started making our way to the hotel which was about 2 km away from the bus station. After about an hour of walking we realized that something was wrong. We should have been there a long time ago. We stopped for directions at ...
... with ins and outs to gardens and shrines. After Georgetown we head to Cameron Highlands- a quiet town. We only stay here a couples days walking through the tea and strawberry fields and hiking through the jungle. The cool crisp air here is a nice change- reminds me of Colorado! :) Next is Kuala Lumpur, the capital. It's more developed then I had imagined and there are massive shopping malls. We find a ...
... when they're full, so I thought that maybe it was just waiting for other passengers. 9am comes and a woman pulls up in a car and says 'get in, I'm taking you to Kuala Lumpur'. Now I'm thinking 'eh? What? Who are you?' But she seems really urgent and keeps telling me so I get in the car and off we go. Turns out the bus left on time but forgot to pick me up. We were now playing a game of 'follow that bus!'. As she speeds around the mountain bends, we get caught up ...