Melaka Watercity Resort
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... merchant community? There was one for Southeast Asians, Burmese merchants and other Indians, the Gujaratis, and the merchants hailing from China and Japan. It makes you think about how the countries come together in the future.” Gab shrugged and began trotting around, careful in deciding what to try and touch.
I cautiously sticked close to her elbow, wincing at some of the animals dangling on some of the stall fronts.
... pretty. We ended back up in the Stradthuys square where after visiting the Tourist Info to see what was being planned for New Years Eve celebrations to which no one seems that sure, we sat and I did some people watching/photos while Tim caught up on the news and emails. Mind you couldn't leave him along for long. Came back and here he is having his photo taken with a young girl. Apparently the family wanted a photo of him and their ...
... class considering they were basically catering to a bunch of European hippies. Free tea and coffee all day long and even their other drinks, beer, water etc were reasonably priced. Being tucked away up the quietest little back street in Tanah Rata was simply the (fictional) cream on the fruit salad of delights. Or something.
But we had to go, and go quickly, for a coach at 8.45. Told to be there by 8.30 we were there at 8.29 like the ...
... everyone at the gate so we weren't able to get in. We continued to the botanic gardens around the corner and spent the rest of the afternoon exploring them. We stopped for some groceries on the way back to the hotel and enjoyed the refreshing AC in the room for the rest of the night.
We left the hotel around lunch time on day 4 and started walking to another vegan restaurant on our way to Chinatown. As soon as we left the hotel ...
... the guesthouse. Almost all the other guests were Chinese, Japanese or Thai, and all only stayed for one night. Some nights there was nobody else there, and once the staff left at 5.00 pm we had the place to ourselves. However, we resisted the temptation to raid the fridge in the cafe.
Melaka is a beautiful and historic city. It was occupied by the Portuguese centuries ago, and then by the Dutch, and then by the British, so there are some very ...
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