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... the family, made me feel like at home.
Even silly thing like simply sitting at the dining table that's surrounded with family pictures rather than getting myself another street food where hundreds of strangers are passing me by where I'm just hmmm..unnoticed...that made me feel totally like at home!
Where I get to know their every day life and being accepted as one of their own, made me feel like at home.
Getting on a bike when ...
... then the British, and finally gained independence about 50years ago (after a brief Japanese occupation). No need to say there is history here, lots of buildings of different style and we stroll and stroll all day, marvelling at what we see.
... br> The next day we continued exploring the town, visited the Sultanate palace museum, and ate a lunch of fried rice, chicken dumplings and crispy prawns made even more delicious by being ridiculously cheap.
The town is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, so there is a lot of restoration being undertaken. In 5 years time it will probably be a very different place.
Our next stop - Kuala Lumpur.
... he'd turn it up! Lauren decides she can't leave Melaka without trying durian which is a famous smelly fruit which is suppose to taste great. She buys a durian puff and instantly regrets it in the first bite as she can't avoid almost choking on it, here faces reads 'the taste is as bad as the smell (where's the bin?)' It's much to my amusement and I won't be trying it. We return to Rooftop for our last night, in the morning we'll be heading off to Kuala Lumpur!
... 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 ...