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... and is needed to wash down the most disgusting local appetiser, a shot of fien (like rice wine). The after lunch "dessert" juice, though no alcohol, tasted like spicy sea water and was just as ghastly. Sometimes I wish I didn’t feel the need to always experiment with foreign cuisine!
Again, the habit of our trip so far, as soon as an outdoor activity has been completed and it won’t affect our choices, the skies open ...
... on Malacca. It was a very imposing building and is currently undergoing extensive renovations, but the silver tomb of the holy man was in prime position near the main altar. We took a good look around, and, unlike many of the colonial buildings we have seen, there appeared to be no Indian influences in the architecture. However India being who she is has a way of making everything Indian, and garlands of marigolds strewn on a memorial statue reminded ...
We did stay at the hotel for dinner tonight, buffet was great the band left a lot to be desired but they tried bless them. There was also a chef cooking steak fresh for people & jason had 2 bits the first time he went up then had a bit of everything else & did go for another ...
... on the beach. Pleasant drink with pretty girls at the beach and watching the mirrors of the moon on the sea, in the background an unprofessional musicians trying to get the best out of themselves.
At the moment I feel unsure of what I want to do in the near future. Longer stay here or move on?
Leider gab es im Restaurant kein Pfeffersteak und am Morgen ist mir der Kaffee ausgegangen! ...
Wake up at 4am! Bags out at 4:15, out by 04:25! Taxi to Hospet train station only too find our train is 1 hour late! Luckily I had ordered that most Indian of breakfasts- Nutella on toast! Ok washed down with masala chai! We travelled east again over the Western Ghats to Maragaon in Goa, the one time Portuguese colony on the Arabia sea. You can see the Portuguese influence mainly in the many ...