Holiday Inn Melaka
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
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... Street, home to many shops and cafes. This area featured many tri-shaws (the word 'rickshaw’ isn’t used anymore) and you’ll note the Western influence as they are all decorated with such themes as the Pink Panther, the Disney princesses and Frozen characters. Local parents take pictures of their toddlers as the children ‘ooh’ and ‘ah’ over the brightly colored buggies and embark on a ride.
First up when we hopped ...
... us in the direction of things just a short walk away, that they could easily have charged us for). I didn't think I'd be saying this, but I kind of miss the noise, the chaos and the busted, lop-sided stuff. I even don't mind that much about the man-traps in the pavements, I think I already have a kind of nostalgia for the place.
The place we booked was in a street called Jalan Alor, which is basically a long street filled with hawker stalls ...
... 163;0.19p) each to get to the centre of Malacca, the journey takes no longer than 15 minutes (including the stop at a petrol station so the bus driver can fill up). A quick visit to the information centre (where shoes have to be removed before going in) and then we walk in the rain in the direction of a hotel advertised on a flyer Jon picked up at the bus station. We check out a room at Kuta Lodge and book in for the night at 40RM (£7.50). We end ...
... food from a local stall, it was good, but in no way lived up to Penang, I suppose I have been spoiled by that place!
Returning to the hostel, I spent time chatting to a few of the travellers there, and then my penpal Leanne came online, she had thought long and hard about coming to Bali but in the end it was too far to go for the number of days she could get away from work. She mentioned that she could possibly have made ...
... me, he was Chinese. He was waiting for me outside the huge community, and led me to his home where I would stay for the next few days. After having dinner, I inquired about the merchant communities. He answered, "Malacca was once an isolated village focused on fishing. Because of political rivalry, Malacca quickly evolved into a cosmopolitan trading port, receiving merchants from every part of Asia. Seeing ...