Tuesday, July 14, 2020
The advantage of having relatives all over the country is that I can now make several locations waypoints to stop and camp for the night. Always a good time in Melakka. And here the highlights, as seen by the only white fella in the family:
First stop, some culture and heritage:
Not sure if it is still happening, but the fleamarket in the street behind Geographer Cafe was always a gem. Geographer also famous, because it was a filming location for a Korean movie. I have fond memories of having drinks with Peter Burns there. We managed to drink them empty (Southern Comfort and the next thing we moved on to. Can't remember... LOL)
We like to dip into this place for dinner:
Dim Sum in the morning (obviously...):
In case you haven't seen / visited it yet, the old Portugese ship is an interesting museum.
Speakeasy bar and then a stroll along the Melakka river once out the backdoor. But better keep that quiet:
Melaka? Melakka? Malaka? This one I can't get right.
Posted by SP11 aka. Mr. Pertz at 1:07 PM