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... Governor) of Malacca. Behind there we found the remaining entrance gate of the town "Porta de Santiago" build by the Portuguese. Then after that we found an enormous shopping centre again with a big cinema which we might use tomorrow ! We enjoyed our walk and returned to Jonker street where as every Friday, Saturday and Sunday evening the streets in this area were closed for traffic and filled up with little markets with all kind of stuff ...
... really cool and tasted very well! afterwards i joined for one beer at a local pub on the same street as i am staying. they played good old music, you were sitting on plastic chairs outside on the street and you had to get your own beers from the fridge. hung out with two funny locals. one had been working in the tourism industry for many years and even knew a bit of swedish. seemed to be a middle aged old hippie from europe owning the ...
... found one stand selling tickets and bought for the same 10MR. Bus was quite old and soon we discover that this is not an express, taking route through villages not motorway. After 40min drive bus broke down…but luckily we did not have to think how to get back, as in 20min another bus comes to replace. So we are back in TBS station after long 3h drive J. So better buy two way ticket in TBS.
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... stick! Good fun. As we waited on the potato tornado the wind really got up and all the stall holders started packing. We discovered that the wind was a 5 minute warning for a massive deluge! We dashed back to our bedroom where we sheltered for a while before hunger took over and we ventured out for dinner. We went to one of the restaurants recommended by Raymond, which serves satay in giant pots in the middle of your aluminium table. The pots are kept hot with a ...
... park which nice and made it to the mall just in time before it started poring down! We came prepared with our sarongs so we could go to a movie if we found one we wanted to see. We found one, Jack the giant slayer at 2.40pm. It was totally packed out, there were kids everywhere!! We enjoyed the movie it was based on an animation but had real actors in it. On the way home we stopped and did the 45minute boat cruise down the Melaka river. Our boat was full but we got ...
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