Bayview Hotel Melaka
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... charm that rubs off on you. After some proper touristy stuff going up the Menara tower, and round Central Market we headed to the bus station round the corner for the two hour bus to Malacca. Unfortunately, having cleverly failed to read the tickets we had arrived at Puduraya instead of Putrajaya (It turns out this makes quite a big difference!!) We then had a mad dash across town in a taxi, to what turned out to be the second wrong bus station of ...
... Zoo). After lunch, we sorted our transport to Kuala Lumpar before going for a walk along the River and into Dutch Square (named as it was occupied by the Dutch and set up as a colonial town). We ended up going past a scaled down windmill and a huge waterwheel and then onto a River Cruise up the Malacca River. We past lots of colourful houses along the way, as well a Pirate theme park (that looked deserted!) before we headed back under lots of bridges ...
... s place to find him standing out the front with his little red mini car!!!! Omg!!!!!it was amazing!!. My all time fav car!!! Oh hang on I'm getting side tracked....so he gave us a quick tour of the house and also of town in his mini!...he even purchased some local delicacies for us..it was a durian puff!...holly Molly that fruit is pungent!!..but it's the thought that counted and we really did appreciate ...
... fortress which surrounded a hill near the harbor. Malacca High School is the second oldest school and one of the premier schools in Malaysia. Malacca High School is also one of the cluster schools in Malaysia.
Evening at leisure.
... time with her before moving on the following morning. The island state of Singapore beckoned, tantalisingly close, just a hundred or so miles south-east. It had been easy to fall for the easy-going, pretty city of Melaka, and also with Monika’s up-beat hosting style. As we chatted late into the night, recounting her friend’s offer of a job here a day ago, we couldn’t help but wonder to ourselves that it wouldn’t be so bad if we had followed Monika’s footsteps and settled here for a while.