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... we didn’t reach until after taking a break for lunch – was a history of the city, starting with its founding in the late 12th century and following through Melaka’s rise to power as a trading port that built an empire and dominated the entire peninsula in the 1400s, trading by sea with China, Japan, all through Southeast Asia, and across the Indian Ocean to India and the Middle East. This ...
... money and it is not until we see so many women in muslim garb that we realize the difference in this port. As we will now be in a few different ports in Malaysia it would have been worthwhile to change money.
Back in the 15th century Melacca was one of the greatest trading ports in SE Asia, not only was it located halfway between China and India, but it also had easy access to the spice islands of Indonesia. Today it is a UNESCO ...
So we was back in Malaysia (yet again) and after the 4 nights in Singapore we was back to a land of cheap accommodation and cheap grub! We was in the town/city of Melaka staying at a nice little home stay in the old part of town. We wasn't sure what to expect from Melaka but we was more than happy when we arrived. Melaka is an old Portuguese port town with some very old historic, European looking buildings. It is also fully Chinese heritage so ...
... actually got off. Anyway, mick was cool about my massive **** up and we decided to stay there for four days. The island is unreal- paradise. Clear water and white sands, no cars or motorbikes, there's not even a bar. Restaurants don't even serve drink, it's mental! But look, we improvised and found a shop that sold cans so either drank by the beach or in the room every night. I was also dying of a cold from Georgetown here. Chilled out by the beach here, or by someone else's pool, ...
... at the top of Jonker walk once more. The evening is rolling in and the stalls are being set up, so we grab a cold drink and watch the events unfold. Before our eyes the street is closed off, stalls large and small are set up, some just a small table, others a bright array of twinkling lights and merchandise off all sorts, and of course food, glorious food. We grab some home made crisp on a stick affairs and wander up and down. Or rather we are going with the flow of ...