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... was Klebang. We got out the deck chairs and stayed there for the next 28 hours. It was beautifully peaceful during the day and a hive of activity at night. We had 3 tour groups looking through Skippy who were amazed about us travelling the world and sleeping in a truck.
In the evening the crowds appeared along with jumping castles, horse rides, food stalls by the score, bubble blowing, kite flying, and even a display of search lights through the ...
... good luck to whomever strikes it three times. Of course we took turns making it gong. At night we caught the sunset up on Bukit (hill) Hilir, before heading down to Jonker Street.
Jonker Street was crazy busy on the weekend nights. The street was closed to motor traffic and stalls filled the sidewalk on one side and the road on the other. Must have been a thousand or two people packed into the one kilometer long stretch of road. There ...
... sorting out Malacca bus timetables for us.
Nothing is that straightforward of course with Malaysian transport. But she got us close enough. The bus she told us to get on wasn't the right one but the driver put us on the bus next door..whose driver promptly put us back on the other bus. After a bit of to-ing and fro-ing the first driver won the argument and told driver B to take us and where to put us off. This worked well in our favour as bus B was the 45 minute fast bus, bus ...
... and lonely planet recommended a local speciality Cendol. We found a ice cream place that made it so I got the Melaka Cendol a mix of coconut sugar, coconut milk, red beans and Cendol which is some kind of noodle looking thing that was green and jelly like. Tasted nice and like nothing I have ever had. Only 4.90 ringgit. Then we finished out the day by sitting in the balcony with out big tiger beer and chatted to a couple of the other ...
... which were rubbish. We tried some street food at the market, which was OK at best and bland at worst. I heard finally that there was a great place for tandoori and other Indian food, a little walk out of town (actually, I had to admit to Hannah halfway there, it was out of town on the other side of town). I'm excited to be in Malaysia, where Indian, Chinese, Indonesian and Malay food all collides and creates some of the most potentially delicious meals in this half of the world, so ...