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... lacking the Chinese lanterns but otherwise looked similar to a casual glance except that all the dim sum places were replaced with curry eateries. The old colonial district is pretty interesting, with most buildings painted the same red-pink raw salmon colour as the Stadthuis. Atop the hill behind the old fort is the ruins of the Portuguese St. Paul’s Church, providing a nice view over the town and a refreshing breeze. ...
... To the right of the temple is the King's Well, a 15th century well built by Sultan Mansure Shah and it was the source of water during the great droughts.
Our last stop is a quick visit to Chinatown. Chinatown is in the heart of Malacca and it is by far the most interesting area to take a walk in. We stroll down Jonker Street (which has a well known night market) and Isabel and I find a wonderful store for more light weight cotton clothes ...
Chua called us a cab and waved us off from outside Old Town Guesthouse. The Australian family left a little before us as they were catching the bus to Kuala Lumpur an hour earlier. The taxi driver seemed to be in a good mood and was friendly and talkative. When we were close to the bus station, he parked on the edge of the dual carriageway before leaving his car there and walking us right to the appropriate bus company counter, which ...
... which is comparable to a tour of the box factory in the simspons. We had tea too. Then we went to a butterfly farm that had all sorts of insects, snakes spiders etc. Was a grand ol day sure! Was a sound English guy on the tour starting in pwc so I had a great time thinking about how good it is not to work there anymore. Went for an amazing Indian, butter chicken plain nan, you know it! Then cans and the ultimate snakes and ladders game in the room. I know what your thinking but there ...
... out of the window and saw that the house opposite our hotel was well ablaze and the car parked outside went up in flames also. The fire hit the mains electricity pole and it was like watching a firework display as the flames burned throught the cables. I think the Malaysian fire service work on the principle that if they do not rush to the fire there will be less work for them when they get there ...