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... mixture 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, ...
... This was single handed the worst decision of my life. Well that's dramatic. But I grossly misunderestimated my hangover. The walk there was fine, and the towers are really impressive. I took some amazing pictures of mick, but unfortunately he's **** and after five dismal attempts I have just a picture of the towers to remember. Damn you dengue, damn you to heeeelllll. Photos attached. Anyway the walk back was horrible. I threatened to get a taxi several times. Mick kept saying ...
... from around the world. I had the Meleka which is coffee with coca and margarine. It did taste pretty sweet. The way back to Jonker St was full of cars not going anywhere because worshipers had parked their cars in the street to attend a church service! While the original plan was to stay until sunset I decided I had seen all that I wanted to see and that I would catch an earlier bus so I would arrive in KL around sunset. Finding a taxi wasn't difficult as they congregate ...
One thing I remember from the eponymous very un PC sit-com was the white man, dyed and dressed as an Indian man was the dhobi-wallah, and dobi is the Malay word for laundry. It made finding the laundry in Melaka's Little India (about 2 km away) only slightly easier, but I got there in the end - the hotel's service charges by the item and we prefer to pay by the kilo. The discovery of a laundry in the road behind the hotel ...
... was a little celebration of the chef of the Discovery Cafe. His daughter turned 1 month, so we all got plenty of free Burmese food (since the family was from Burma). It's was great, loads of noodles and spicy pork and shrimp.An Australian and an American joined us.
Alan mentioned he took the same ferry once and it was a bit if an adventure, with touts, Mafia who want you to teach English and Mini Buses. We set our alarm for 7, just to be sure that we will make the ferry at ...
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