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... made for the deceased. Everything had a purpose, life for the ladies was very conservative and they were not allowed to see any outside male visitor to the house - they were put in separate rooms. An area of the house was open to the skies as water brings good fortune so any rain water bought luck or money to the house, they were very superstitious. Sadly we were unable to take photos within the ...
... the canal I climbed up onto the remains of the old fortress which used to guard the approaches to the city. It was a formidable design and each ‘colonial’ force had made their mark on it by upgrading and improving it. The cannon here point out to cover the approaches from the sea and still bear the mark of the Dutch East India Trading Company which, despite being a civil company, had quite a fighting force, imagine Microsoft with ...
... with about 10 extra rooms, the family lived there as well. A Malaysian woman a French man an two kids who spoke Malay French and English and alot of the time gobbledygook. We got breakfast inc with tea and coffee all day long! Luxury :)) We had a good night sleep after that travel and woke up got ready and decided what to do, lately a lot of things have been closed just as we want to do them and a lot of things here were, water park, light show and something else. But ...
... cabs were waiting at the bus station even at that hour of the morning. And Monica had already booked our room in advance at the Hallmark Inn. So like a couple of zombies, we allowed ourselves to be lead politely to our room - first by a polite and talkative cabbie, than by a very slow receptionist, and finally by a very energetic bell boy who carried both our heavy back packs and seemed very pleased with his one dollar tip.
... Noodle. We ate both and left to go to the maritime museum. It is made up of 3 museums - the Flor de la Mar (Flower of the Sea), the Maritime Museum, and the Royal Malaysia Navy Museum. My favourite was the navy
museum because it had a bunch of cannons and guns.
We got some snacks from a street stall and we bought Gula Melaka and Gula Ketuk. We still
have some dodols left ...
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