Chong Hoe Hotel
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... with linen and silk. Imagine the gold they got from all of those places”
“I bet they rolled in it.” She snickered, and I had to laugh at that.
“I would too if I were them. In our time, gold isn’t really that big of a deal anymore, and paper currency rules in lots of countries around the world.”
“They got rich in gold and silver, but I think they benefit from spreading their faith too. ...
... the bus and time you'd like to go and he shows you and new screen so you can book what seats you like on the bus. We arrived at our house with only one small hitch: The taxidrivers wanted to charge too much to get into town, but none of them were budging on the price so we were stuck paying more than it cost us to get from Kuala Lumpur to Malacca for just 3 km Drive Into town. We weren't up for a huge day of sightseeing after we got settled in our hotel, ...
Thursday 2 October 2014
*After the unscheduled stopover in Kuala Lumpur, we have just a short drive south to Malaka. KL is easier to leave than enter. Our hotel check out is handled by an Iranian lady (without headscarf) who is delighted and very proud that we have visited her country and that we have left with such happy memories. It turns out her family live in Mashad ( the last place we visited before entering into Turkmenistan ). She is ...
... already. He was immediately flagged down so I felt I did him an alright service. Since I had seen most of the historical sights I decided to explore Jonker St which has lots of restaurants and shops along it. I had a tiramisu egg ice cream and an apple and lemon old fashioned tea. I eventually found a place to have a late lunch. I had chicken rice balls and chicken curry and noodles with a lime juice. It was all very yummy. Across the road was an interesting coffee shop selling ...
... and continued our feast. The 3 of them are so passionate about food (like most Malaysians) that it was important to them for us to try it all. By the end of it, we were all stuffed! For the day Garyn and I combined to spend the equivalent of about $30 Canadian on food. Our guess is if we ate all of this in Canada, it would have been like spending $300!
Yesterday was much of the same. Our day went like this....meet up around ...
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