Melaka Watercity Resort
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... Howard and his just as lovely wife. The place has such a relaxed vibe to it, we really enjoy it here, so much that we have booked for an extra few days, we don’t have to be in Tioman yet and this way we can take our time getting there and be all relaxed, no hassle travelling, just how we like it. Howard also knows where all the best places to eat are!
From the Indian at the other side of the town to the satay restaurant with ...
Melaka is een voormalige Nederlandse nederzetting wat je hier en daar ook nog terug vindt in de bouwstijl. We kwamen aan en hadden snel al een hotel. Wat duurder maar, de service was echt top. Op het stadsplein bij het stadhuis heb je wat oud Hollandse gebouwen en aan de andere zijde heb je het levendige Chinatown. Wat ons opviel is dat op vele straten niet gerookt mocht worden dus het was Len een uitdaging om rustig zijn sigaret ...
... signposting and helpful locals ushered me onto the right bus within minutes. Nearly everyone disembarked at the Dutch Square and also the bright red looming buildings really stand out so I couldn't miss it. I headed to my hostel really not expecting great things seen as I was paying only £3 per night, however I was pleasantly surprised. I spent most of this first day in Melaka just having a wander around seen as it is such a small place, getting ...
... This was single handed the worst decision of my life. Well that's dramatic. But I grossly misunderestimated my hangover. The walk there was fine, and the towers are really impressive. I took some amazing pictures of mick, but unfortunately he's **** and after five dismal attempts I have just a picture of the towers to remember. Damn you dengue, damn you to heeeelllll. Photos attached. Anyway the walk back was horrible. I threatened to get a taxi several times. Mick kept saying ...
One thing I remember from the eponymous very un PC sit-com was the white man, dyed and dressed as an Indian man was the dhobi-wallah, and dobi is the Malay word for laundry. It made finding the laundry in Melaka's Little India (about 2 km away) only slightly easier, but I got there in the end - the hotel's service charges by the item and we prefer to pay by the kilo. The discovery of a laundry in the road behind the hotel ...
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