Duta Hacienda Riviera Resort
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... had to wait till
Port Dickson. Although I have certainly
made up for it since then! Had a neat
night in Port Dickson on Kiwi Coyote pav
was fantastic & had lycee cocktail yummy!
Loved Port Dickson great pool & spent most days in it. Think our unwelcome guest has gone no sign of him at all!! With Andrew & Fiona off Apa Lagi went to
Malacca fro 4 days, what a neat place. Quiet small
So finally we 've arrived in Malaysia, Got off the plane at Klia and bought a taxi voucher.Went to find a tax, but none of the wanted to take us to Melaka! Eventually one taxi driver volunteered and off we wet, we gave him the details of our hotel and off we went. Lots of heavy traffic and a taxi driver who didn't seem to know where he was going eventually we arrived at our hotel. The Majestic Malacca. Cocktails, a meal and an early night.
... the gardens. Popular with joggers and walkers. Small cafés wafting smells of fresh coffee. We were caught in a heavy shower of rain and waited the worst of it out under the Elm trees lining the path. Returned to the hotel for jumpers and scarves and walked to the museum. By the time we arrived the weather had cleared. We purchases tickets for the observation Deck and to a private art exhibition. Slecky views onto the fountain and roundabout and out over ...
... and got people to take photos of me at various points before I made way to the K1 Grandstand.
Since my seat was directly behind the white to the roof and what looks like a TV antanea I took the opportunity to look to the view from various points. If I come back and decided to sit on K1 (which is a popular place to sit) I think I'll sit on block B. You can't see the lots from the other end of block C. The higher you go the more of ...
... mall food court, tonight we decided to be good to ourselves, and more importantly be good to some people in real need. We went to the Romdeng restaurant which is part of a fantastic network of charities that gives jobs, training, accommodation and hope to street children. There are teachers and students who all have t shirts giving their status. We enjoyed some absolutely splendid food, we mean really good, although ...