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After the crush of Jonker Street it was lovely to find a little cafe down a side street to have refresh ourselves with a beer before continuing our exploration of Malacca by night. The whole town was buzzing with a weekend/bank holiday cheer and it we had a great time walking along the river and bopping along to the music blaring from the ridiculously extravagantly decorated rick shaws that were weaving through the town. We had ...
... ended up drunk on three cans. Anyway the sixmaster general stormed to victory but I think the final verdict was a tie and we'd bring the board to KL but that never happened. So after two nights drinking cans in the room again we were off to KL. Oh side night I also managed to infect Duffy with my cold which I still had so that was a personal highlight for me. Helllllllloooo KL! We got the bus at 8am to KL, was packed but I did the sneaky pretend your asleep when people get ...
... steet names are spelled differently if you compare the names on tourist maps, street signs and google maps. im glad it's a small place, otherwise i would get confused while trying to use a map. even the name of the city is spelled in two ways, melaka and mallaca. in the evening i visited the famous night market and had dinner with some guys from my guest house. had an amazing soup including vegetables and coconut water served from the ...
... a Chinese temple, a Hindu temple & a church! The main square is a throw back to Dutch times, complete with a mini windmill (although I have my suspicions that this was added later...), the ruins of a Portuguese church on top of the hill houses many Dutch graves and all that is left of the Portuguese fort is one gate. The atmosphere is friendly in this small town. There are many tourists but it doesn't feel too crowded and there are lots of small streets to explore in the old ...
... The Hostel was located really nice alongside the little Melaka river that winds through the colonial dutch settlement. Also it had great atmosphere around it with old collectible radios and Cameras and so on.Alan a Londoner who was working at the hostel and who has been travelling for the last 26 years (don't worry end up like this) brought us to our room.
At this time no one else stayed a the Hostel. It was just about dinner ...