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Travel Blogs from Melaka
Today has been full of so many things. There's so much to see of Melaka and it carries so much history. I've learnt so much and have had a really good day with Tessa. We started off the day by going for breakfast at a place we had seen the night before. It was in fact a guesthouse as well called The Voyager Travellers Guesthouse. It was very quirky in there. There was a mixed theme of old music and some beautiful pieces of art. Tessa ...
... A lady was telling us about the local oils, healing, heating & massage oils. Then she came over and poured some in our hands.. Chris started rubbing his hands together and she said "no no no!!! Like this" and placed her hands on her neck. I started to massage it in and she told me off also. We must just place our hands on our neck and wait a few minutes. A few minutes later... Holy **** our necks were on fire! My neck was tingling and started to get ...
... there were the Chinese, the Portuguese and many many others which makes this town quite unique. So we had a stroll through the old town and with "we" I mean myself and a girl from Spain whom I met in Kota Bharu in the first place and we hooked up again for a couple of days in Melaka. For now it's my last entry from the Malaysian Peninsula and I really enjoyed my time here. Malaysians are helpful, friendly and often up for a chat just out ...
... or wherever - the streets and sidewalks feel narrow and jammed with people, scooters, cars, bikes, and rickshaws. Dodging and bumping into strangers becomes a common piece of daily living and the asians are adept at handling it with courtesy and humility. As a traveler, one simply must adjust and adapt. Melaka was the first city in Malaysia that felt 'roomie' - the streets and sidewalks and boardwalks along the river were wider, the garbage on the side ...
... shopkeeper will stick his head out and yell, "hello!" Walking past a river, a ferry of people might pass with a chorus of "hello!"'s and emphatic waves. There are taxis here that are actually elaborately decorated bikes with benches attached and blaring sound systems that would shame the finest club, yet you can still hear the muffled "hello!" of taxi drivers over their music as they pass.
I'd realized ...
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting