Da Som Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... men , who showed me an owl in the tree and we got talking apparently the man has been coming every day to this spot and never seen the owl. We kept talking and I made his day when agreed that it was a good omen for the new year . We went to one of the local food courts and had a very cheap but delicious meal. I had chicken renang while Tim went western and had lamb chops and French fries. Have to say the French fries were ...
... He wasn't wrong. There was already a long queue of people outside, despite it being only around 6pm. We waited for around 45 minutes before getting a table in the end and the queue had got even longer behind us so I imagine a lot of people will have had to wait over an hour. The staff brought us a bubbling pot of satay sauce for the table and we went up to choose what to cook in it. I ...
... family! After cake me, Ruth and Jonathan headed down to the Night Markets on Jonker Street just to check them out, nothing much special about them, normal kind of Night Markets but still good to see - until we caught the trishaws with their neon lights on and music blaring, that was enough so it was time to call it another day. On my last day in Malacca I headed out after Breakfast to the nearby Chinese Temple, The Cheng Hoon Teng Temple. Built in 1673 the temple has been used since ...
... and Koreans. I have a seat to myself in a carriage with 2+1 seating configuration. It will be straight to sleep when I get back to my hotel, dreaming of sweet, sweet durian, I hope.
(P.S.: I've decided not to include photos on this blog from now on. I don't know if it's Travelpod or my tablet but trying to upload photos to the blog is nothing but an exercise in heartbreak. I hope my words paint a sufficient picture of the things I see.)
(P.P.S.: Posted this a day late, my hotel's wi-fi is ...
... Malacca is also spelled Malaca, Malakka and sometimes Malaka. Various spellings of city names seems to be common in these Asian countries. They will be spelled differently on government buildings like courthouses and schools. Many times I have seen the name spelled differently on signs that would be right next to each other, or even in the same brochure or sign. So, in these writings I may use different spellings, depending on my mood, but they all seem to be correct. ...