Emperor Hotel Malacca
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Steep in history, the town of Malacca is best explored in the day for the ruins and the architectural legacies from the Portuguese, the Dutch and the British.
Dinner: Claypot Rice: 7RM, Satay Mutton: 6RM (10 sticks)
Come nightfall, the banks of Sungei Melaka comes alive with lots of colours and activities from boat rides to …
Time passed quickly and Greg won’t be surprised to learn that it was time for the feedbag .. again
Still feeling full from lunch, I didn’t want much … it was a special dinner through the years celebrating Princess’ 50th Anniversary. For an appetiser, I ordered a salad - green leaves, nuts and some kind of wholewheat crisp bread with pickled walnuts, and fetta cheese I ...
... of the dutch town Hoorn. In the area known as red square they also have a church a windmill built by the Dutch.
From the red square we went to the other side of st. Paul's hill where the last remains of the Portuguese fortress (Puerto de Santiago) is. On top of the hill is the ruin of the Saint Paul's church, inside this church we saw about 20-30 Dutch and Portuguese grave's. Noticeable is the inconsistency in the spelling they used, for ...
... stomachs lined with deep-fried chick pea snacks, coconut rice balls, longan juice, fried mushrooms and a lime and liquorice drink courtesy of a Venetian guy we met in the bus yesterday. We're planning on starting out early tomorrow to get about a bit before the midday heat kicks in. However, we've been saying we should do that for weeks and have rarely put the plan into action. We'll see. P.S. You needn't think we forgot to have any cendol. We had a mango one ...
... up via the rustic stairs. It soon became clear that it was an old cemetery. But it was spread over hills and grassy knolls for acres. And the burial plots were huge, some quite ornate. Some areas had fruit trees, as if it were an orchard and at the top there were really great views. We took a long winding path down the other side and never did see the entire area.
I wouldn't say we were lost when we got to the bottom, but we did have a ...