Hotel ABC Lodging
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... 15 minutes and stops directly in front of the caves so we got there rather quickly. We started heading up the 250+ stairs when we were greeted by some more macaques (because we haven't had enough of these damn monkeys yet...). We had dealt with these sneaky little buggers a couple times before so we knew what kind of behaviour to expect from them and knew how to keep them away from us. Other tourists in the area were not so lucky. They seem to know ...
... every half hour.
"Yes, but what time exactly? "
"Every half hour."
"Yes, but when?"
"Half an hour."
It took fifty minutes for a bus to arrive. Then, like Route 17, it picked up passengers along a tortuous milk run through suburban Malacca, then the driver needed to fill up the tank, then he got into a lovely conversation with someone on the service station forecourt, then .....
At least I had good company on the bus, a bloke in his fifties called Johan who ...
... a very good afternoon in the local air-conned mall having a go at archery. While i know that not a very 'traveler' activity and really i should be find someone in a wood or something letting rip 75 arrows feeling like Robin Hood has its upsides. Apart from that alot of books were read, far to but tiger drunk plus we discovered that there is Dim Sum time and Noodle time which should never been mistaken (the locals were very hot on that).
All in all a good start to Malaysia
... from Germany. Melaka has a rather good weekend night market and with today being Sunday, it was my only chance to visit it. I did not have anything to eat before I went as I was just going to pick up a few bits of everything from the market. It opens at 6 but doesn't get busy until around 8 so this is the time that I ventured there to soak up all the sights, sounds and smells. It takes place on Jonker Walk and although there is an abundance ...
... walls. As with most Malaysian homes, it is customary to remove your shoes before entering a place. This is for religious reasons, as the soles of shoes have touched the unclean streets outside. This coupled with the cosy interior created a lovely, homely atmosphere. Whilst we waited for our room, we chatted with Ronnie, the hostel owners father-in-law. He recounted the days when he was younger and backpackers would take everything, including pots and pans, ...