Melaka Hotel Sentosa
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... PM we were pretty hungry but didn't want to wait for dinner. We stopped for some fantastic satay cellup. At 80c a kabob, we stocked up on the only items in the fridge that we found recognizable: broccoli and pork. We tried to other sticks which ended up being a pork dumpling and fish ball which I thought were tofu; yuck. The purpose of satay cellup is to pick the sticks you want, then dunk them into this boiling thick flavourful and Spicey soup. We could not for ...
... a lot of different cultures, which can be seen in architecture, food and people. We saw some landmarks as saint Francis Xavier church and St Paul's church too. And we walked by the river. This is the best of malacca. The river is full of little cafés in nice little colonial houses, sourrended by palm trees and vegetation and a nice walking lane. At night with the lights, this becomes absolutely exquisite, one of the most beautiful sights on our ...
... west and south of the old bridge. The chicken rendang with rice balls is something I will recall with a wistful smile for many years.
I spent many happy hours wandering around Chinatown, the ruins of St Paul's Church complete with 17th century Dutch gravestones, the A Famosa gate, the only remains of the Portuguese fortress, praying (as Winston Churchill said, there are times when we all pray) in the 18th century Christ Church which is older than European colonisation of ...
... pink pair, you cannot believe how tiny they are. By the way he also sold a pair to Jacques Chirac.
After all this excitement we are very hot and bothered and make our way back to the hotel. After a shower and the bliss of ac, we head up to the hotels rooftop bar for a cold drink and a look around. We then, after not much contemplation decide to give the Korean bar BBQ another go. We order lamb and belly pork and a dish of pork with mushrooms and rice. In addition ...
... is fine, they shouldn't feel the need to always be here every body is more than capable of breathing for a few hours whilst they go out. We sat and enjoyed our dinner, not long after they returned. He asked us if we had any trouble with language barriers and was glad we were eating the local food. After dinner it was back to the fun and games of sorting all of our stuff and then sleep. Tuesday. Peanut butter for breakfast, makes this guesthouse a winner! We don't mind ...
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