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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... complex, hotel and luxury units. This building is not in the Portugese owned area. We spent a little time walking around the waterfront area and I went camera happy with some boats and an old fishing hut before we sat down at one of the restaurants run by a man named Dominic. On our walk he had stopped us and said if we wanted to eat we should try his restaurant so we thought why not. ...
... after the British State Commissioner at that time, J.F. Morten, who was very influential in the realisation of the kampung project. Nowadays it consists of private homes, many offering accommodation / homestay options and the Villa Sentosa 'living museum' which features in Lonely Planet. At her home, the Villa Sentosa, which is stuffed with memorabilia of lives past, we meet 83 year old Fatima, whose grandfather was the original owner of the property. She ...
... VIP on the door key he gave us. Yvonne had been brilliant at jumping out of the car whilst we were lost and getting instructions to get us to where we needed to go. So when she jumped out to ask at a fashion shop she came back rather embarrassed. It appeared we had got to within fifty metres so the shop assistant had been quite confused why we would be asking where the guesthouse was. Doh. Car ...
... famous fort which we climbed up to. Enough of the culture by then, we were dying of thirst so headed back down to Jongers Street and stopped for some cold drinks. We then found a restaurant for lunch. We are eating a lot in Melaka! This afternoon we chilled by the pool and Jules and Pete treated themselves to some more spa treatments. Tonight we enjoyed some beers on the hotel terrace before heading into town for our last dinner in ...
... rice rolled up into pingpong ball sized balls.
One evening we ate an Arab meal of chicken skewers, naan roghni, which is covered with sesame seeds and baked in a tandoor, and an odd kind of salad which was more like an apple, cucumber and date soup. Another night we went to Pak Putra, a Pakistani restaurant, justifiably famous for its tandoori chicken and cheese filled naan bread. A huge meal there of pilau rice, tandoori chicken, naan, mutton ...