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... the colourful Hanseatic harbour.
Probably Steph's favourite city, the buildings here looked similar to those of Copenhagen except that there seemed to be more red and orange, and less blue. My favourite experiences here were at the Vasa Museum and the Stockholm Under The Bridges tour.
Another laid back city. The buildings here did not look as impressive as those ...
Breakfast with board members.
After that, we visit the Chinese chamber of commerce, see traditional houses, visit the beach, where we learn more about the history. when siamese ( thailand ) landed at the beach, they had to to wait for further ships or enemies, so they chiseled a hole into a rock, until water run out.
Thats why its called Batu Pahat "chiseled rock".
We decided to head down to Melaka for a night. It is famed for its old China town area, but we did not really appreciate it too its fullest I think. It was hot and again the streets were choked with traffic and there were no pavements for you to walk on. We had a fun Tri-shaw trip through town to a local restaurant, including heading the wrong way down one way streets while our driver calmly assured us that the ...
Good Morning, Flying for 12 hours is no fun at all. Since leaving Melb and going to sleep tonight i have had 1.5 hrs sleep in 48 hours. I watched more movies and the sun come up over about 5 different continents. Arrived at Charled De Gaulle just after 07.00. French immagration appeared very slack. Another flight had arrived at the same time and all travellers formed their own windy que.No barricades or directions. When i arrived at the immagration counter the officer looked like i ...
After getting up early and leaving KL at like 7 for Melaka, I wasn't too thrilled to be there. We got to our guesthouse and it consisted of two beds. That's it. No outlet, no bathroom, just two beds and a very small lamp and a ceiling fan that went so slow it really wasn't worth it. I just got a bad feeling and was not happy to be in Melaka. We walked a half an hour to Old Town (oh the guest house was also in the middle of nowhere) and got lunch. Then ...
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