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... in to our hotel. It didn't disappoint. We were brought a thali feast atop a banana leaf, which was served at lightning quick speed. We did have to hurry up our eating though; all around us, chairs were being put up on tables, floors were being swept then mopped, and shutters were being rolled down. We were the last to leave and wended our way back along the river to our hotel. We can't wait to get into town and have a look around ...
... market, and grab a bite to eat. Walked into town along Jalan bunga raya over the bridge into Chinatown and the madness of Jonker street, Chinese people crammed in selling Chinese tit tat and lots of hawker stalls selling weird and wonderful food, fried quails eggs, funny looking omelettes, crisps on skewers and smelly durian fruit, we decided to give the durian a go, despite the foul smell it tasted ...
... and shops to look around. So we fill our time with window shopping and eating (of course!). It rains pretty much all night and on and off during the day time, this makes our room damp and all of our clothes too. On our first night we visit Pak Putra, an Indian restaurant which was given a great review on a website, so we thought we should check it out. The food is amazing! It has to be the best curry we've ever eaten, the naan bread is delicious! We visit ...
... of me. I was wide awake at 2 AM this morning and I just had to get up to see if we were really underway since I detected nothing to indicate we were. Now steaming at 14 knots through
the Malacca Strait.
The boarding process went quite smoothly yesterday, I was however amazed at how many times we had to show our passports during the process. One small bump appeared just as we were about to ...