Da Som Inn
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Da Som Inn Melaka
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... guy comes over and takes Martin to inspect the aforementioned chicken biryani and rice, and he orders two. I order drinks and we sit on the pavement are, under the shade of the roof enjoying the breeze from the fans.
Soon our food turns up and it is fantastic, it also appears to be the popular choice with plates piled high with soft chicken, fragrant rice and mild vegetable curry. Absolutely delicious. It would have been quite lovely except for the ...
... a feeding. The owner has been doing this for 13 years at his own expense and it is quite an attraction. For being such big birds they are really quite delicate in taking pieces of banana from between your fingers. This happens every day out front of his hotel and draws a small crowd.
" Din" the owner is very passionate about the birds and is a one man conservation movement to promote their welfare. I told Donna that she could feed the birds first as I ...
... and bend my nail back a bit but I induced an immediate sense of self-loathing for even trying. What was I thinking?
Dr Ho then took the coconut and after wrapping a handkerchief around his hand (cheating I reckon), he smashed the coconut repeatedly until it cracked open and spilled water all over the floor. People cheered, cameras flashed, I stood there holding my finger.
Something I did enjoy was Dr Ho told the crowd to beware of pickpockets; he then stated that ...
... in 1965? I never realised this but Geography was never my strong point.
The number of pineapple puffs from lunchtime is mysteriously decreasing. I think we have a mouse in the house. One interesting sight and sound of Melacca is the trishaw bicycles. Each has a sound system like my boys used to have (sub woofers etc) pounding out 80s music and a kitsch colour scheme, not to mention a stuffed toy up front. We are thinking of volunteering Lexus our cat…stuffed or ...
The Cameron Highlands are beautiful, it rained whilst we were there, food as usual was very good and Adam went trekking, I couldn't be bothered. My pal Sophie and I went to see some tea plantations, we tried to hitchhike up the mountain but failed miserably so got a cab. We managed to thumb a lift home with a really nice Chinese guy and then watched a film and drank wine which was a perfect day for me. Cameron is place to go if you want to ...