Puteri Resort Ayer Keroh
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Day 87 When you're in a tourist town and someone who is obviously not a tourist initiates a conversation with you, you find yourself being a bit cautious and guarded initially. Sometimes you do this with good reason. This morning, for instance, we were just crossing the bridge near Dutch Square when two twenty-somethings (out of a 'team' of four) approached us. We were each told by the twenty-something that had nabbed us that they were doing a ...
... and we make our way to the glittering oasis that is the fair. But, we are the only ones there. The stalls are open with some very bored looking people and there are only about 6 people we have seen. So we take a walk around and decide to head back in to town for some dinner.
I have often said there isn't a cuisine I have come across that I don't get along with, so tonight we decide to expand our repertoire. We go to a Korean bar BBQ, which is all new to us. ...
... wasn't doing it. I started rocking my shoulder as much as I could but it wouldn't work. I was still between worlds.
Finally she woke me and although my eyes were already open I felt like i came out of it. It's just a dream she said, I started to drift off almost immediately, and I felt four slender fingers slide over my shoulder from behind my shoulder, not even in a threatening way. Just easing me back into sleep, like a nurse would stop someone who had just woken from a ...
... Malaysia). After the museum, a walk through the local market brought us to the Melaka revolving tower where we enjoyed a 360 degree of the city at a height of +/- 100 metres.
A drive back to Datok Ahmad’s house, and we were all off to dinner ("table for 26, please") where we had the usually excessive assortment of Malaysian foods including fish paste wrapped in banana leaf (otak otak), and some mean looking ...
... scary traffic. As we cycled along, I almost had to pinch myself to realise it was all real and I was really here amongst the palm trees. We saw how palm tree oil was harvested, we saw cocoa pods, lemongrass, limes, curry leaves, bananas, coffee, starfruit wrapped in newspapers to protect it from monkeys, rubber trees amongst many others...it was absolutely incredible. The landscapes reminded me of photos I'd seen from rural India, it was truly beautiful and I felt humbled to be there and ...