Hotel Fort Queen
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... before we headed to a hotel for the most amazing all-you-can-eat Banana Leaf Thali... The flavours were delicious if unrecognisable and we are really getting to grips with eating with our fingers. Our host Adrian tells us that the custom of eating with fingers comes from a need to feel your food. They think, in Kerala, that using cutlery creates a disjoin between the food and the consumer. Anyway, we are really starting to enjoy it.
... to avoid buying anything. As I left, the owner of the shop asked how he could make a living with people like me visiting his shop? Then we did the same at another shop, again I was firm! I did buy some ginger sweets at the ginger warehouse though. We skipped lunch, for obvious reasons, and now I'm looking forward to supper We skipped lunch, for obvious reasons, and now I'm looking forward to supper. Janey isn't though, she is suffering from Indian tummy. Nevertheless she ...
... at our guesthouse for a bit we headed out to Princess street, to a bakery for a pot of tea and to read for a while. Willem didn't feel well so headed back whilst I walked around for a bit then headed to the food court. Still fairly full from earlier I had a light snack even though the waiter tried to tempt me with fish and chips at a reduced price as I was from England! I headed back and spent the rest of the evening doing some reading up on Indonesia as I would ...
... so you will not find alcohol on the menu. However if you ask for a beer someone will nip out to a local shop and bring you back a cold one, though it will always be disguised on your bill so they don't get in trouble...at one rather nice hotel we racked up quite a bill of 'cookies'! Next week we will be cruising round the backwaters of Kerala in our very own houseboat for the day while I eat my way through has many more Indian meals as I can fit in. Stay tuned ...
... front of the hotel and looking at Liv who was standing outside the taxi about a metre away with tears rolling down her face, I lost it. We were all in tears, and flashes of our beachy days in Greece, our food in Bosnia and our nights in Turkey and all our unforgettable experiences were pictures through my mind. It's hard to believe that she's gone, and it's weird not waking up each morning and seeing her sleeping next to us. Court and I were hoping to spend the five days we ...