When we went back to the jacuzzi area, the boys were already inside soaking. Honestly, I have never been in a jacuzzi before. I had seen a few but never tried them. Soaking my sore feet in the bubbles was fun but wish the water was warmer.
(Clockwise L-R): Me at the rooftop; Girls soaking feet in jacuzzi; Me acting cute (LOL); Suz C on my lap; Me attempting a jump-in-the-air shot (which took lots of attempts!); Me at the porch near the jacuzzi area.
The larger shot version of my jump-in-the-air shot - Cool heh?The boys haven't had their bath yet so they could all soaked themselves into the jacuzzi:(
(Clockwise L-R): Phon, KT, Ben and pH all attempting to strike a pose by touching their feets together; The freezing cold KT and smiley Ben; Ben striking a lovely pose with Phon
Notice anyone missing? Yes, it is the sleeping beauty cum Snow White - Jino! He was fast asleep in the room so he did not joined us. That boy is an awesome sleeper, someone should sign him up in a competition. Wonder who is better in sleeping 24/7 - Li Fah or Jino?
Since the boys get to soak in the jacuzzi and us girls cannot because we had already bathe, we decided to do more cam-whoring.
Thanks to Val for this photo and pose!
The boys decided to copied us (LOL) and attempted the same pose, but underwater instead
Thanks to Mel for this photo!
I like this picture! The writings on Suz C's T-shirt suits her pose. Haha. Yoga makes me flexible, calm, peaceful, and a great poser!
WY and Suz C goofing around trying to give each others piggyback rides...Felt kesian for Suz C in the 2nd photo. Hahaha...
When it was getting late, we retired to our respective rooms...
I looked so 'posey' in this pic!
Stadhuys at night time
The Maritime Museum
=> Constructed after the Portugese ship, "Flor De La Mar", it is a place where one will find indepth knowledge on Melaka, from the 14th Century to present time.
This pic looks so "photoshop" but it is totally genuine - Laushu in front of the bright ship
Finally, we all decided to eat at Culture Food Village, a huge food court area just down the road from the museum, and in close proximity of Mahkota Parade and the Dataran Pahlawan Megamall.
(Clockwise L-R): The Culture Food Village; Inside is a huge food court area; Tomyam seafood; Jino ate yong tau foo, chee cheong fun, char kuay teow and drank coconut juice! That boy hibernated for SO long he was SO hungry. LOL!
Mahkota Parade decked out for Christmas
The lady took us to a stationery shop to get manila cards, marker pens, eraser and pencils. Then, later we followed her into a bowling alley so we can sit down and start writing out the signboard for her.
When Suz C had finish drawing everything and outlining them with marker, the lady wanted her to coloured the words as well. We had already spend almost three hours in the bowling alley waiting so we declined her request. All the shops were almost closing and we wasted one night without sightseeing in Malacca. The lady was upset we wanted to leave but we had no choice. As much as we would like to help her, she picked the wrong people and the wrong time.
We almost did not managed to leave Mahkota Parade because almost all the entrances were closed. Luckily, we followed a small crowd of people and left just as the gate to the main entrance was about to shut.
Ben recommended a cafe/pub at Jonker Street so we headed back there again. The place is called Geographer Cafe.
(Clockwise L-R): pH and Laushu shared the apple pie with ice-cream; WY downing pH's Heineken beer; Phon at the bartender's counter; Ben with Jino's favourite drink - iced water (That boy ordered iced water in a pub *Sweat*); Suz C with the Blue Curacao
Ok, so I am not a good drinker but I don't mind the occasional alcohol once in a while. The red wine was nice but I was already too sleepy and tired that I was not in a drinking mood. I only had one glass of wine:(