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Actually I love this hotel....serious! The fridge "spilled drink" and the dirty jug were secondary... hahahaa....When I heard that this hotel provides free WIFI, I was so relieved! The receptionist gave me their ID and password for me to access to my laptop upon registering... I felt so good.. I remember going to some high class hotels which do not provide free Wifi unless paying high prices for it.. gosh!

Back to Malacca, my colleagues and I went for a long walk in the afternoon since our course was commencing only at 8.30pm that night....

After some enquiries from the hotel counter, we started our walk... long walk....


after twenty minutes walk we reached World Heritage City..
how come it is Melaka instead of Malacca?

the buildings were red in colour...

along the way, I saw this beautiful church
Church of St. Francis Xavier..

finally... we reached the a-Famosa..

colourful trishaws along the way...

Couldn't help taking a pic...

Malacca river...
I heard it was from the sea actually...

looks like Venice?

we joined the river cruise the following night...
Saw a cendol stall opposite ...
Knowing this is a tourist spot..
I didn't have high expectations from the stall...

my colleague took the cendol...
she said Ipoh one is better.. hahaha...

This was what I ordered...
ice kacang..but without the groundnuts...
Nothing to shout about..
but it certainly quenched our thirst.. in a way..
After that, a long half hour walk back to the hotel.. phew!!

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