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From Eco Tree, Hotel To Jonkers Street, Malacca

BACK TO THE HOTEL TO REST AND REFRESH AFTER THE CELUP SATAY...
According to the "tour guide", the next place to go is Jonkers Street.  Mention Jonkers Street, those who drive will have a hard time looking for a car park around the vicinity.  We were contemplating whether to walk or drive... walk or drive.... all the way from the hotel room to the parking lot, we were still undecided.  LOL....

At the last minute, even the car doors were already opened, only the decision was made.... Let's WALK!  How long would the walk take, I asked the tour guide.  He said the most is 20 minutes perhaps?  Alright, I think I could manage 20-30 minutes of walk... but let me get the umbrella first, I could use it as a walking stick to help me go up and down...

Indeed the walk took around half an hour, going through the Pahlawan Mall to A'Famosa Fort and down to Jonkers Street... finally!
Karaoke session going on.... nice time for the seniors... 
Seniors like me would love this.... LOL... 
But I think I won't spoil their fun...
Let's walk instead.... 
Someone was singing here too... 
A Cantonese song from Beyond, the former HK band... 

One to remember by... 
Checking out the pineapple tarts... 
Don't know which shop sells the best ones.... 
And finally... we sat down right in front of this place... 
Yes, time to cool down our bodies after such a long walk.... 
Ordered the much awaiting for... Durian Cendol !!
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  1. You mean you did not go up to sing? HAIYARRRRRR!!!! What a disappointment!

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    1. You mean you are disappointed? The others are relieved! hahahaaa

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  2. There are a lot of good resources here. I am sure I will visit this place again as soon. I feel as you know what I wanted. Reasonably unusual. Excellent task. Great article!. I used to be able to find nice information from your content. I personally like your post; you have shared good insights and experiences. Keep it up.

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  3. I love to walk the famous Jonkers Street! So much to see and digest.

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  4. You are looking so good that I couldn't recognize you in these photos!

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  5. I been to Jonkers Street before, famous spot in Malacca

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  6. You sure do not LOOK like a senior! You look like a sister of your children! Seems you look younger each year. This Karaoke place is very flashy and pretty!

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    1. I always post up my best ones, Ginny.. ! hahahaaa

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