Straits Meridian Hotel
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... to KL tomorrow. Marc was going and decided that he wanted us to stick together. I agrees completely and said id wake him at 9:30. I went to sleep that night extremely happy and excited about Malaysia. But also made me realize I was going to be spending more time in Malaysia than I thought. I'd rather really travel a whole country thoroughly than do it half heartedly and then have to come back. More time. Less countries. That's the best way when going through ...
... We also enjoyed one of the boat rides down the river, which I think must
be almost a a compulsory tourist thing to do. Melaka looks good at
night, and what with the dragon at the entry of Jonker Street spouting
water, the trishaws all lit up with their colourful, flashing lights and
blaring PA systems, the riverbank lights twinkling. and Jonker Street a
moving mass of people, it adds up to fun place to visit.
... proceeded towards the Hang Li Poh well which is supposed to be the oldest well in Melaka. It was named after a Chinese princess who married the reigning Sultan of Melaka. It is believed that this well never dried up even during severe droughts. When the Portuguese captured Melaka they gained control of this well. The Javanese poisoned the well and killed many Portuguese soldiers. Later when it fell in the hands of the Dutch they built ...
... de S. António, S. Pedro, continuam a implicar a organização por parte de uma “comissão de festas” que é apresentada numa folha A4 com fotografias do tipo passe, nome e respectivas funções. O A4, é, obviamente, afixado num placard para consulta pública;
- E o “Caranguejo” que podemos comer ao jantar, mas que, para os locais não passa de “Cangarejo”. “Queres cangarejo?” ...
... with little villages of huts on stilts. Now it was all modern freeway with flowering
shrubs lining the borders and miles of palm oil plantations replacing the
jungle. Our guide was really
knowledgeable, but with a very strong accent and because, thankfully, he kept
his eyes firmly on the road, I couldn’t catch all of it. He did wave his arms around a lot, which had
us looking ...