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We spent the morning in Melaka and then took a bus to KL. We visited a temple and then found some Nyonya treasures in an antique shop - detailed carvings, all in jade. I bought one which has the Phoenix and the dragon, Anna's has a maiden and ...
... however, this time I headed inland, towards ‘little India’. Areas such as these develop in big cities due to ghettoes springing up of immigrants, usually drawn by jobs or prosperity and the Indian and Chinese populations of Melaka were no different. The spice trade made this country extremely important and the major world powers at the time all vied for territory and shipping rights, often leading to conflicts.
Little India ...
... years old.Full of history but a small town like place.
We are glad that we have come.
He explains to us that there is more to see on the outskirts and if we were staying thats what we would view....but today this is enough.
Mr Leong takes us back to the bus station after 4 hours and we have enough time to eat something and toilet and then we leave at 3.30pm.
Thunderstorms happen and so traffic jams happen and we don't pull in until 6pm.
We left Langkawi on the 5th with little idea how long a day we had in store for ourselves. Pam, our land lord, was kind enough to drive us to the jetty and after a short good bye we boarded the ferry and took the 90 minute run across to the mainland. (Along the way, they showed the worst movie I have ever witnessed - some disaster, horror flick called Final Destination V which I can see making any person paranoid about doing ...
... The person taking our order asked if we were on our honeymoon. We were very happy together.
I woke up early and went to catch our bus to KL. It was a little more complicated than expected. I had to get on the tram when we arrived the terminal and take it 3 stations down to KL Sentral station and get to the hotel. I had to leave to the low cost airport the ...