D-Paradise Park and Resort
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... This means that there are no real waves or strong ocean currents to cleanse the sand or the water so it has this murky look to it . The beach was full of shells and shell pieces as well as lots of pieces of materials some looked like fairly large pieces as I if they had been used to wrap someone's belongs in thou on closer inspections they seemed to just have sand in them. While it looks pretty bad I have to say the ...
... to cool off) I walked in on Pak performing a Tea Appreciation Ceremony with Ruth and Jonathan, and I was of course offered to join if I wished - of course I said yes. Pak was explaining about the method of keeping tea and how its made etc. There is a certain way to pour the tea, also by pouring the tea over the teapot and also rinsing the cups before you pour the tea to actually drink. You always leave a good amount and not fill up the cup too much as this leaves room ...
... by the river in the old town near Jonker Street. Once in and sorted we crashed out and caught up on some badly needed sleep.
I had wanted to visit Melaka the first time I was in Malaysia before Christmas but ended up going straight to the animal shelter in Langkawi instead so I was keen to see what Melaka had to offer once we were up and sorted the next day. Melaka is another World Heritage site which these days seems to mean pretty much nothing. I'm ...
... Removing the rings can apparently cause suffocation.
Often the signs near the photos remind visitors that beauty is seen differently in various parts of the world. They reiterate that all these people have the 'ability to think' just like the rest of us.
What is body mutilation to me is body modification to them.
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... by that dish while eating, so we looked up what it was when we got home. We would not have guessed we were eating fermented poison! The restaurant was in a beautiful setting right on the Melaka River, and we walked along the river for a while after dinner. We fell in love with Melaka on first sight. It's incredibly charming, and quiet and walkable. It feels almost European along the river.
The next day, January 30, we led ourselves on a walking tour of ...