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... newlywed couple being photographed in the church – she was lovely and willowy in purple silk that fluttered in the breeze.
There were "No Smoking Allowed" signs and billboards in the streets everywhere. When we headed back to the ship, our group met at the Hard Rock Café (there is one in almost every city we’ve visited) beside the canal. It was a very hot and humid day; we were glad to be back on the air conditioned bus for the short ride back to the ...
... for a hostel so we joined them to see if the hostel had any free dorm beds. This hostel was fully booked so I went to the other side of the street to the Rooftop guesthouse, where I booked a bed (RM30). Together with the couple we went out for lunch in chinatown (RM14 including drinks)
After the lunch Ania an me went to see the Dutch and Portuguese heritage. The stadhuys in Melaka is an between 1641 and 1660 built reproduction of the former ...
Day 84 Unexpectedly, our journey between Penang and Kuala Lumpur took all day today, so we've not got much in the way of thrilling adventures or close scrapes to write about. Never mind; we'll embellish it as well as we can. We checked out of the hotel at half past eight, returning the keys downstairs to Candy Crush Saga man. Fortunately, it had rained in the night so the humidity was down. Consequently, it felt fresh outside as ...
... treat called cendol. I had been eager to try this since reading about it in our guide book and it is a good thing I waited until our last day or I would have had it every day. It is shaved ice, over which coconut milk and a brown sugar syrup is poured. It is topped with red kidney beans and these small green noodles made from sweet pea flour so they are green. I know you might be thinking ewww, but it was delish! I can't believe I only had it once.
... depicting the Peranakan lifestyle. We paid £3 each to enter with a tour named Mildred who, like at the tour at the Blue mansion was rather funny but sometimes fell asleep mid sentence, I am sure she was sedated. As we explored the upper quarters, people muttered over the guide and disgusted me further with their potent feet smells. It was a short tour and you weren't allowed to take photos but it provided a little more insight to the Peranakan lifestyle, where men ...
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