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... so eager to improve their status in life and learn about the U.S. But, I am not ready for that. There are still places in Malaysia I want to see. If I left Malaysia now, It would be like leaving a table with a lot of new foods you never tried. You might always wonder what you missed. So, I will continue traveling Malaysia until I get tired of it, or have seen what I came to see. I walked around the city of Malaca, taking photos of the river art painted on building ...
... br> We decided to save money and took the bus, number 8 from bay 16 which we hoped went close by our hotel. We were staying near the stadium about 10 mins walk from the main street, Jonker Street.
The bus driver was most helpful and shouted to us when to get off. We then walked about 15 minutes to the hotel. So far so good and the hotel was great. It's called D'Hotel and is quite new. The room was lovely BUT no window. So I suppose we get good sleep but we like to see ...
... br> Arrival in Melaka Sentral bus terminal, almost a little airport! A circular hub for domestic buses, another for interstate or international buses... well organized and indicated, within 30 min I was on a local city bus towards my hostel, after having taken some Ringgit (Malaysian currency) from the wall ;-).
The hostel, very nice. (http://larmadaguesthouse.blogspot.sg/) . Situated on the 4th floor of an old building, close to ...
Melaka the 2nd Coming of Calum
The difference in atmosphere between my two visits to Melaka was striking.
In my first entry I did a thorough job of describing the composition of Melaka's centre, but it wasn’t until this second visit that I got round to really exploring it. The buildings are un-ashamedly picturesque, the perfect fodder for masses of tourists. Some areas did not hold my attention ...
... Guan Chang used by Cheng Ho back then.
The museum shows many interesting facts regarding Cheng Ho and his fleet. As I understood, Cheng Ho was a devoted captain and he always brought back interesting things from his voyage for the Emperor of China. There are many artifacts that we can see: porcelain, paintings, spices, jewellery, animals, and many more. Furthermore, there are some sections explain on Chinese history and cultures. ...