Garden City Melaka Service Apartments
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Vandaag eindelijk pannekoeken bij het ontbijt. Preetie was al vanaf 8.00 in het zwembad op robert aan het wachten. Om 9.00 waren we eindelijk wakker dus ze was extra blij dat onze bink er eindelijk was. Na een paar uur zwemmen moesten we uitchecken. Om 12.00 eerst naar de petronas towers en daarna met de trein naar de batu caves. De fotos spreken …
... here in Melaka back in the day, where only English was spoken. We were seriously impressed! Showing us to our room, we found it windowless (we didn't count the small window looking out onto the main corridor...bit weird) and very basic... With a funky smell and broken TV which looked like it had been sitting there since the 1980s. But we hadn't been expecting luxury... Not after our glamorous stay back in KL. So we had decided to slum it a ...
... class considering they were basically catering to a bunch of European hippies. Free tea and coffee all day long and even their other drinks, beer, water etc were reasonably priced. Being tucked away up the quietest little back street in Tanah Rata was simply the (fictional) cream on the fruit salad of delights. Or something.
But we had to go, and go quickly, for a coach at 8.45. Told to be there by 8.30 we were there at 8.29 like the ...
... everyone at the gate so we weren't able to get in. We continued to the botanic gardens around the corner and spent the rest of the afternoon exploring them. We stopped for some groceries on the way back to the hotel and enjoyed the refreshing AC in the room for the rest of the night.
We left the hotel around lunch time on day 4 and started walking to another vegan restaurant on our way to Chinatown. As soon as we left the hotel ...
... all selling unique stock, the likes of wooden handmade gifts and Christmas goodys with lots of pretty Christmas displays. An explore of the local town took us to St Pauls church, a ruin which was just brick walls now, with stone grey headstones and an open tomb. The church had a view of the city. A tour of the maritime museum, a museum within a boat which was very cool. This lead us ...