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... signposting and helpful locals ushered me onto the right bus within minutes. Nearly everyone disembarked at the Dutch Square and also the bright red looming buildings really stand out so I couldn't miss it. I headed to my hostel really not expecting great things seen as I was paying only £3 per night, however I was pleasantly surprised. I spent most of this first day in Melaka just having a wander around seen as it is such a small place, getting ...
... on the streets better than in restaurants! And the prices are low! People speak very good English and they are all friendly and helpful. Malaysia is a wonderful country! It is very easy to travel here and everything is well organized. We will be back to see the Orang Utangs. I hope next year!" 26th We got up at 7 to get the bus to the bus station to catch our bus to Singapore at 9. Everything went well and we arrived at 2 pm at amazing Singapore ...
... with his almighty finger. Dr Ho’s finger is a ******* state, he has broken it about 20 times, it looks like he broke it a million times; it’s like a corkscrew now. If you have ever seen the episode of Bottom where Richie cuts his finger off then staples it back on, it looks worse than that. I chose the smallest coconut, I’m not sure what my logic was, perhaps I thought that we would build to a bigger one.
He asked me to try to smash the coconut with my ...
... 5.00 Fried Oyster - 5.00 Drinks - 1.50 Potato Twister - 7.50 Ear Candle - 10.00 Came back to hotel to eat the foods we bought from Jonker Street Other Expenses: Time Hotel Booking (2x Nights) KL to Melacca Coach SG to Melacca Coach Baba Taxi 1U to KL Sentral 20 KL Sentral to TBS 10 Baba Load 20 Total 178MYR = ...
... one year old Japanese hotel for the same price as THE CAVE. I must same this place was spotless clean, very modern, plasma screens everywhere, ... Japanese standards, Perfect! We stayed here for the following 3 nights.
Melaka has ruins of forts, churches and then there’s Jonker Street, which breaks out into an outdoor eating area on weekends. The city centre is a remarkably well preserved UNESCO site. It’s still a very ...