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... once they regained freedom in 1390. Their muslim rulers took over several neighboring Hindu states, allowing them to also gain a higher status in the Indian Ocean trade network. Exports were like their main money-maker. Cotton textiles, slaves, ivory, carnelian beads, all in exchange for gold and silver! Not only that, they got it from all sorts of places. Europe, the Swahili coast, and the Middle East. Later on, even Southeast Asia was interested in their products. By then the ...
... me lemongrass tea afterwards whilst I sat by a waterfall pool ... Bliss!!!! :) Then everyone met up for dinner (I had Japanese food... It was delicious!) and had a walk down jonker street for the night market. It was a lovely way to get to know everyone a bit better and I really feel like i will make friends for life here! :) x Back to school tomorrow but don't worry it's half term after week 8! ... :) off to Krabi on Saturday for more adventures... ...
... Geocache that was supposed to be there but I couldn't find it as I think it's fallen into a hole. There being no taxis in the small parking lot here I continue walking. I managed to flag one down and directed him back to the Hard Rock Cafe. I thought I'd have to pay an expensive fare as we didn't agree on a price. After arriving at the town square I asked how much and to my surprise the driver replied "what can you give me?" I thought RM10 was fair since I had walked a lot of ...
The bus from Singapore arrived in Melaka, Malaysia at about 10:30PM Thursday and it was a bit of an adventure getting to our accomodations. Most people here speak English, but the driver at the taxi stand didn't. We told him where we needed to go and he had no idea. Then a couple other drivers came by and we told them where we wanted to go. They then got into an animated discussion in Malay with the original driver for a few ...
... prices were more reasonable.
I was keen to get stuck into some gentle sightseeing as soon as possible, particularly as I had absorbed the extensive Malaccan history during the 4 hour bus journey. Plus, arriving on a weekend promised the famous night market in 'Jonker Street'.
Jonker street, is the centre of all the action in this area and also hosts the weekend night market. There are numerous art and craft ...