Da Som Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... see the trishaws in their colourful blinking lights. This is the only place where I could see illuminated trishaws and a few of them even playing familiar tunes like Doraemon and so on.
Here is a Christmas Tree ...
... became independent in 1957.
We also found some pretty cool temples.
On a side note, my bowels haven't survived the crossing to Malaysia and with trips to the toilet becoming pretty regular! haha. Usual travelling issues. Thankfully I'm not the only one as Dave is suffering just as bad as me. lol.
The next morning we caught a bus the Melaka Sentral and caught a bus up to Kuala Lumpur.
... a massive building site and didn't look that great. However, as soon as we stepped inside we realised we were wrong as it's lovely. The rooms are gorgeous - by far the nicest place we have stayed in on this entire trip, and Pete was very happy to discover a stand alone bath. We headed out for some lunch and soon discovered that Melaka is even more humid and hot than Singapore - an absolute sweaty scorcher today. We walked to Junker Street ...
... the clock tower where there is a remarkable collection of trishaws, or rickshaws. Each one magnificently and elaborately decorated with flowers, fairy lights, soft toys and goodness knows what else. They also have very loud music, I mean very loud music. This is one of the main pick up points for them and they are a glorious sight.
We forgo the delights of a ride and head over the bridge to Jonker Walk which is a historic street with a mixture of shops, restaurants ...
... out of town. Pigeons stand around on the fountains, washing their feet and dipping their beaks in the cool water. Some were even flapping about and having a bird bath, then standing around looking daft with their wings out trying to dry off in the sun; I love pigeons.
I had read lots about how Jonker Street is a great area for shopping fun and lots of interesting street food. It was one of the things that I was most looking forward to in Melaka. About two minutes after we left ...