Chong Hoe Hotel
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After a noisy night of firecrackers and thunder and lightening we hadn't really slept much. Breakfast of French toast again (yummy) and a taxi to melaka central bus station to catch the bus to Singapore. Arrived at the bus station with plenty of time to spare, asked for directions to the buses and found ourselves in a ticket hall with lines of booths, all closed advertising buses to Singapore! Eventually the booth belonging ...
... br> We wandered aimlessly through, becoming increasingly desperate for some sort of class to make itself known. Just as our spirits were drooping, the clarion call of Miley Cyrus played through tinny speakers came up behind us. We spun around to see a line of trickshaws (like tuk-tuks, but pedaled rather than motorised), decked out in bright feathers and Hello Kitty merchandise, with flashing lights and pom-poms adorning every edge. It was like a teenage girl's bedroom had ...
... for the little stray kitten I was also sharing my meal with! So today basically consisted of waking up,showering and laying on the couch all day watching DVDs and Bollywood movies,then playing cards with the wife!!! The original plan of the day was to go and explore this amazing town:(...so due to not being able to explore..we decided to cancel our luxury one night stay at ...
... the station but we get checked through pretty much on time, clearing both sets of border control in the station, without too much ado, and the train leaves on time, crossing the causeway into Malaysia. There are huge pipes running across the causeway which supply 30% of Singapore’s water: they are working to become water independent including creating a fresh water reservoir by barraging Marina Bay.
The First Class compartment is quite smart, I think recently ...
... and sat with us I'm sure purely for entertainment value. 2 hours and a few cognacs later I finally managed to excuse myself and crawl back to bed.
The next day I wandered about visiting china town, little India, a few mosques and some temples. I passed a few museums like the Malacca Stamp museum but unsurprisingly couldn't be bothered to go in. I stopped at a traditional Malacca food station and ordered the local speciality chicken rice balls. It was exactly what ...
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