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... India to see the brickfields which was a nice part of little india we were staying in, then went to a garden of Rembrannce, a national museum, a 200year old Buddhist temple and then this little Malay market for food which was absolutely awful and I had mystery meat and rice for lunch. Then we went off to the batu caves which was the only reason I really booked the trip. So myself and Iona attempted to tackle the 220 steps up to the cave and some old man gave out to us for ...
... merchants, some of which have been turned into hotels and guesthouses. (Many Chinese, in particular, did incredibly well financially in the days of Straits trade.) Next, we crossed over the river to the European side, and visited the only remaining walls of the fort, the Stadthuys, old clock tower and fountain and post office, and the oldest Protestant church in Malaysia. We then climbed a hill to the ruins of the Portuguese-built St. Paul's church, where ...
... At the end of the street we come across an open air karaoke competition. The competitors had varying degrees of musical talent, but they all had a wonderful enthusiasm and it was great to,stand there and watch for a while.
We take our time wandering in and out of shops and we came across the most remarkable mask shop, we vow to go back tomorrow for a closer look. Just as we are about to leave and head back to the hotel we come across a most remarkable sight. ...
... the street; they look like dinosaurs. For some reason the first thing I chose to do upon seeing a giant lizard crossing the road was to go “Oh my god, look! What is it?” Because I have a deeply overactive imagination I ran after it as fast as I could allow myself to run in a crowded public area.
There is durian everywhere in this town, and I hate all of it. It has a special kind of stink that soaks into every fibre of your clothing and gets behind your eyeballs so that ...
... Malaysian way of life: traffic! There are so many cars, everywhere! We also get a crash course in Malaysian history, religions, culture, politics, architecture, food, etc...Javs tells us "Malaysia is like Canada!" I think the difficulty articulating Malaysia's identity is because it's really the conglomeration of numerous Asian states and it is a rich blend of many peoples, religions, cultures, languages, etc...there are ...