Tanjung Bidara Beach Resort
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... of the longest bus rides imaginable, we were barely settled in our seats before we arrived at Melaka bus terminal.
From there we opted for a public bus which (not so) soon had us in the historic area of Melaka. Jade made friends on the bus - some things don't change once you get married. We had actually arrived during some kind of festival and there was a parade making its way through the centre of town. With humidity and heat kicking in, we made our ...
... Army for ten years from the age of seventeen, then went to America to study art but dropped out before spending most of the next thirty years painting almost every day at the top of St Paul's Hill. He is in his seventies now. He was great company and very funny but, in the back of our minds, we were thinking, 'this is definitely part of a sales pitch'. We were astonished then when he gave us one of his paintings for free because he liked us. ...
... filling my glass with his bucket. I was also on the buckets, so I was hammered, not as much as Duffy by the end of the drink off which I think we said he won but that scot put up an impressive fight. We walked him around for ages trying to find his hostel, then mick wandered off to McDonald's which was blatantly closed. The next day I woke up, went to McDonald's, tried not to throw up in my McDonald's and went back to bed till five or so. Got up, and we decided to go see the ...
... things to be exactly as described in the text. Things change, prices go up, schedules change, good places go bad and bad places go bankrupt - nothing stays the same. Stay flexible and you'll enjoy yourself more."
Joe Cummings, Lonely Planet
... threats here seem to be a few pickpockets and "drive-by" (on motorcycle) purse snatchers. It sounds at least as safe as Toronto.
We have 3 nights to visit this enchanting heritage site and hope to see much more tomorrow.
I wish I had brought a bigger suitcase and about 3 kilos fewer clothes. There seems to be so much to buy here... then again, there's Australia to think about. I wonder if I'll have room for a boomerang?