#Melaka, #Malaysia: Part Three

What would Melaka be without Jonker Street? The historical outdoor romp is riddled with countless street vendors, food carts, and the occasional open storefront. Somewhere in the middle of all the madness, we managed to find a St. Patrick’s Day celebration, too, which was a bit strange.

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Those pleasant bicycle carriers look a lot different at night.

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Daphne’s most serious stares:

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Delicious meat-filled pancakes!

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Snakes for sale . . .

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And snake food . . .

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An arbitrary shoutout:

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Delicious that is carrot cake, perhaps my favorite Southeast Asian dish.

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A cool dance class:

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Letters for jewelry:

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For iPhone iPhone:

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Cool Fashion Fun:

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Mister Potato’s presence in the UNESCO site was disturbing . . .

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A giant karaoke stage:

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And, well, I tried a facial mask:

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