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... lives down a tiny lane way near our hotel and cooks the best Roti for the locals during Ramadan. At sunset they all line up to take away or eat in ........ rotis plain, filled with eggs, seafood or vegetable. We were keen to visit roti man, and were quickly whisked into the tiny, tiny inner sanctum which was the dining area with a few stools and chairs and where I quickly realiized I was the only female with all these Muslim men, apart from the rather grumpy lady cashier ...
... along you can see all the different parts of the fort and the sea. Once back, a few of the others had returned so of course were hungry, we had been wandering round a while so once they had had showers we wandered back to the cafe, as we had checked out of the hostel by now. They had been very friendly and let us put the check out time back an hour and it had a very nice view out of the room. Whilst waiting for the others we saw quite a big ...
... are completely removed from society. They do no attend school and are not allowed to see their parents. This broke my heart! I know that they should be punished for what they have done but I'm not sure as to how effective removing them from their family really is. One mistake should not affect the rest of their lives. They're just so young! There was one wee cheeky chap at the home. He spoke quite good English and helped us speak to the other boys to find out ...
... serving them really early in the morning. Rice and curry was our only option, but what an option it was. The table was groaning under the weight of the curies that they brought out to go with an absolute mound of red rice. There was dhal, some sort of green veg, potato curry, aubergine and tuna. It was sensational food and it cost 200 rupees (£1) a head! It was also an experience that I will never forget - I don't think they get many tourists in ...
... done this before. A register came around asking the 30 or so people on board for name and country allowing us to see that we were now serving in the German navy. One name stood out though "Rob Smith" so in our childish, still drunk from the night beforeness we bet a beer on who could identify him first. I won. To prove it Grant staggered up to the poor lad sitting at the front of the boat, told him I'd won a beer 'cos it was him; then handing him his camera, ...