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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... Year and the night market was bustling. There is a famous maker of pork jerky, and people are lined up by the hundreds probably for a couple of hours to get some.
Yesterday we started at Little India. The Mustafa center is open 24 hours, probably has more than 2 million sq. ft. of shopping yet unlike what we expected, everything was tidy, neat and clean. We ate some Indian pancakes at the Teka Center, another mall ...
... I flew back to England! :) I've had the most amazing two weeks back home ... It's silly really because the things I had missed were going for walks, visiting country style pubs, cooking dinner, drinking 'nice' red wine, playing tennis and just having nights out with friends. So basically I filled up my time with those things... It was lovely. Thank you everyone who made my trip home so special ... I miss you all already and I'm only on the flight!!! :) ...
... harbour area).
The heavy rain reappeared in the late afternoon. So I was unable to take pictures of the monstrous sized container pier. It is probably larger than the Halifax peninsula and you do not see any container trucks in the city. There must have been a million containers from what I could see and at least a hundred huge cranes. This is the gateway to Asia, so that would explain the size.
Motorcycle of the Day: Banana ...
... like a "ship" balanced on top. Andreas had a neat trick to park his Previa in the vallet car park ( which was much cheaper and more convenient than the other car parks) right next to the main entrance. We went up to the top and viewed the bizarre curved swimming pool complete with palm trees hanging in the air. We had drinks at the bar and enjoyed the stunning views. We were also able to look down over the gardens ...
... until we were way out and spotted a storm coming in quickly. Just what you want when you're in a tippy boat.
The decision was made that we would try to hot foot it back to shore before the storm hit and take shelter at one of the islands en route if it we didn't make it in time. The steer is generally the most experienced person and calls all the shots because he steers the boat. That was his decision. The guy in front of me though thought it was a ...