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... cafes selling every imaginable kind of fried, steamed and barbecued snack. There are whole squid and octopus on squewers, there are prawns the size of small cats and a lot of frog (yes frog) done in some quite extraordinary ways (including 'frog porridge' - two words that should never go together). There are guys crushing sugar cane, and hacking coconuts into handy tourist sized snacks, and a man roasting chestnuts in an oil drum with coffee beans. ...
... telling me off about the safeness of the roads, made me feel like at home.
Him watching over the gate at night time If I'm on the way back safely, did made me in fact feel like at home.
Sometimes when I am on travel I need that rest and comfort of stability. Even tho I am totally in love with travels...we all at some point need a warmth of a parental and a feel of a family next to us. The care...Even a question if I'm hungry, made me ...
... br> The next day we continued exploring the town, visited the Sultanate palace museum, and ate a lunch of fried rice, chicken dumplings and crispy prawns made even more delicious by being ridiculously cheap.
The town is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, so there is a lot of restoration being undertaken. In 5 years time it will probably be a very different place.
Our next stop - Kuala Lumpur.
Soooo the plan was to get up bright and early and head to Melaka...but have you ever known Kathleen and I to stick to the plan?! We slept in again due to a late night and got out of bed around 10:30am...by the time we got organized and cleaned the apartment it was nearly lunch time!.. We headed downstairs to book a taxi to the bus station but had a few issues so we walked around town trying to find one ...
... ridiculous pimped out taxi-bikes we've ever seen but they drive a hard bargain so we just slowly walk back to the guesthouse via a lovely little cafe on the riverside in the Dutch quarter.
Once back at Rooftop we naturally eat more cake and chill for a while. Later we head out to the night market for more honey sausages and we stop to listen to a mother son duo playing Radiohead and The Cranberries which is a welcome change from all the karioke we're use ...