Hotel Anfa Port
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... main meal the 20 Euros is for, its breakfast and lunch as well, plus ice for the esky
So far no one has gone hungry (but we can buy snacks and bits at the moment)
But if anyone has any recipes that are cheap and filling, let me have them, they are always welcome
We woke to a very wet campsite, it rained all night and any washing anyone had done was wetter than it went on the lines
Packing away the tents ...
... went to great lengths to make sure I coated the salad with oil and vinegar - very tasty and fresh. Sean settled for a French omelette filled with all sorts of goodies, we also had some mint tea, which was good, very different to the Turkish tea. From here we decided we would wander back through the streets and find Ricks cafe, themed on the famous movie Casablanca - for a drink, had wanted to do a cheers for Mummy, as it was a place she had enjoyed with Daddy, anyway it was ...
... building, huge! It was only built 21 years ago so very new by the standards of the last few days. Apparently it has cost US $4 billion so far! Something like 10,000 people worked on it and it took 6 years to build although still not quite finished. The chandeliers weigh 900kg. It is the third biggest mosque in the world after mecca and one other in Sri Lanka I think. There are two enormous rooms downstairs one each for men and woman, to wash in before they pray which is ...
... and massive too; the carrots were about 2-3cm in diameter and a good 9 inches long....I have never seen such big carrots....it was time to move on.
... a little dairy sandwich shop crowded with rugged looking farm workers coming to have their breakfast. I figure it'd be fun to join them, just to soak in the vibe of rural life. Nobody seems to pay attention to me as I politely ask if I can share a dirty table with a couple of weary looking fellows. That's quite all right with me... I eat my egg sandwich and yoghurt drink and continue on my way. A bit farther down I reach some more nicely painted buildings. A ...