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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... leather embroidered with gold wire?! Seriously, gold wire. They made enough leather to send shipfuls to Arabia and to export to the Middle East. In fact, they made enough to be equal to that one Italian city. It was famous for its cotton textiles you know?”
“Flanders! I only remember because of the character from the Simpson’s honestly.” I clapped my hands, proud that my good memory was still as sharp as ever.
... of lightning would light up the entire sky and fork in 1 million directions. The thunder that followed after fell like it was shaking your whole body! What a show for eating dinner! Since we were sitting under the awning, they rolled down a wooden sheet to block the rain from blowing in on us, but that completely blocked our view of the lightning! I promptly asked them to roll it back up so we could see and the gentleman looked at me like I was crazy ...
... of temples, mosques, churches, British & Dutch colonial style buildings, Malay kampung houses and of course streets of 'Peranakan' shop/ houses that we also admired in Georgetown.
*Malaysia is a cultural, ethnic, religious and culinary mixture of Malay, Chinese, Indian and European influences. They drive on the left and joy,what joy, use 3 pin plugs - no need to remember adapters here!
It has population of some 28 million, nearly ...
... place was dark and at first I thought I wouldn't be able to get inside but the front door was unlocked and I entered a dark room with an empty reception counter. There was a phone on the counter with a number to ring for assistance. I tried it but the number wouldn't connect. As I was putting the phone down an employee arrived at the desk. I explained that I had a reservation. After giving my name he said I thought I wasn't coming, queried why I ...
... fluently and can read and write in each. We thought it was so generous of them to want to spend their time with us and travel a couple hours to do so. They said they had a great time too being "tourists" in their own country and would be happy to show us around our next stop, Kuala Lumpur, where they live.
Once we said goodbye, Garyn and I went to a local movie theatre and saw a Chinese movie with English subtitles. ...