Bayview Hotel Melaka
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- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
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... it looked like fun too, and had the same thing happen to her. While this was happening I was trying to press the button to keep the doors open. I was a bit tipsy, and couldn't remember whether the triangles pointed outwards or inwards to keep the door open, so I may have pressed the close door button (oops!) and Susie had a bit of a giggle loop moment, trying her best not to laugh in the guys face. She was a bit tipsy too. The concierge guy was trying not to laugh too. The ...
... of office blocks, hotels, and shopping centres. It was interesting to see the contrast but a shame that the high-rise buildings blocked out a lot of sunlight from the village.
Slowly making our way back, we returned to Jonker Street for the weekend night market. Chris and Beth were on a mission to try as many new foods as possible. They made their way through a chocolate and avocado shake, then we stopped for some chicken and rice balls and purchased some ...
... of us figure out what the flavours and the spices of the broth was but it was hmm hmm good! Especially when the spices and the chunky part of the broth got caught in broccoli tops; extra flavour Bursts!! When we went Into the restaurant, both side by side same named satay cellup restaurant were empty. We noticed more and more people come for food, and then when we left, both restaurants were packed!!!!! It apparently was that satay time of day where all the ...
... that time he bought those paintings in Italy... But the less said about that the better! We also went on a trip to the Genting highlands (famous for its cool climate and it's casinos) and had a play in the arcade and a look at the massive refurbishment works going on there. Fox studios is building their equivalent of Disney world there so this rather dated complex is going to be brought bang up to date again, in a couple of years time it's going to look and ...
... west and south of the old bridge. The chicken rendang with rice balls is something I will recall with a wistful smile for many years.
I spent many happy hours wandering around Chinatown, the ruins of St Paul's Church complete with 17th century Dutch gravestones, the A Famosa gate, the only remains of the Portuguese fortress, praying (as Winston Churchill said, there are times when we all pray) in the 18th century Christ Church which is older than European colonisation of ...