Bayview Hotel Melaka
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... was the next thing on the agenda.
We ran into Joyce again and asked if she wanted to join us for lunch – she said yes - so into the dining room we went and had a lovely time chatting.
We continued chatting and thought a coffee was in order so Joyce rang Jeff and he came down to meet us. He was disappointed he missed out on lunch but as he was sleeping when Joyce left the cabin, ...
... tuk-tuk looking things we have ever seen!! The are beautifully decorated bikes we've passenger seats, and fairy lights and different themes such as FroZen, spider man and iron man!!! I wanted to go on the Frozen one which blasted out Let it Go, but it was more expensive than our 3 hour journey to malacca, and Rob didn't exactly approve, so we gave it a miss!! Dinner was nice, and after dinner we went for another explore! My instincts lead us to following some bright ...
... overall effect of the square and its ornaments is very easy on the eye. Sadly, the Stadhuis is closed for renovations but we spent some time admiring Christ Church, which is surprisingly modern looking and appears to have a worship leading band complete with drum kit and electric guitar. We took a break from the baking sun, which was slowing down our limbs and our brains, in a cafe. Ben has been experimenting with the umbrella/parasol technique for keeping off ...
It's Heather with an update from Melaka. Everywhere we looked, the town named was spelled in a different way, so for our purposes, it will be Melaka.Melaka is a large town with another UNESCO heritage site, which we always enjoy. Our hotel was just a block away from the popular Jonker Street in Chinatown, which is lined with shops and cafes in historic shop houses. While the street is open for traffic it wasn't overwhelming, which was nice. ...
... night with cheesy trishaws, all decorated with various degrees of kitsch and to suite all music tastes. It was large enough to walk around, which we did, taking in all the sites we could. From the quaint mosques to the imposing Portuguese 'Flor de la Mar' replica ship nearby. On foot we traipsed past the unmissable dusky pink Stadthuys and clock tower (based on an old Dutch town hall) serving as the oldest Dutch building in the east, which doubles up as the town ...