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... to Yvonne were the Dutch influence from when they ruled the town in the 16th century and Chinese teapot shopping. It took some finding but we found a stunning (and unique according to the lady in the shop) clay pot. We even managed to negotiate about 46p off the price by buying cups and tea as well. Look forward to entertaining guests with the only purchase of the trip. Not by just ...
... about other countries from foreign travelers. Foong met me at the Central Market, built in 1888. He took two trains and a bus to get here to meet me. It was an hour long trip from where he shares a room with other students. Foong turned out to be the one bright spot of my interaction with the Malaysian people so far. In most of the other countries I have been to, I have met and spent time with locals. They usually speak to me first. But, in Malaysia, no one has attempted ...
... the lighters and sold in the shop. Both museums had excellent guides who were full of information and stories about olden-day Melaka.
We also enjoyed walking around the other sites, the old Portuguese fort, and climbing the hill to the ruins of St Paul's church, but for most of the five days we were in Melaka it was just too hot to do anything. It was a real shame, as on the few occasions that it wasn't too hot, we had a lovely time walking around ...
... the cinema (costing £1.40!). I'm personally looking to find out about culture and peoples traits in other countries then our own and the insight we got from the youth of Melaka was quite similar to parts of the UK. Gone was the feeling of young people wanting to be Western and here was the impressions that the young people in Melaka are carbon copies of kids the same age in cities in England. A ...
... called Jonker Street that is famous for its antiques. Personally I thought it was just full of the usual old tat of souvenirs and for some reason a plethora of Durian shops (we still have not got over the retching we experience when we smell it!) However, we did eat in a lovely restaurant on the first night that used to be an old mansion - I had the famous Laksa which had a few too many unidentifiable things floating in it for me to really enjoy!
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