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... backed her out, the forklift held the back and Neville put the two back wheels back on. The guys on the wharf were very helpful. Then we waited about 3 hours for Customs to do the paperwork. Not sure what they did exactly as they only had to stamp some papers. Then a quick check of the ViN number and we were able to go. Surprisingly, they never wanted to look inside!! Just past Port security we came across a ...
... the end of the street a large stage with very amateur entertainment, very funny! Tried to find somewhere to sit and eat, but a lot of places closed due to public holiday for hari raya Pusa a festival that marks the end of Ramadan. Ended up at the Hard Rock Cafe eating burgers and drinking cocktails, nice but not the local restaurant that we had hope for! Walked back to the hotel for an well earned sleep. ...
... next three nights and become familiar faces to the staff and even the customers begin to recognise us too! A meal inclusive of Tandoori Chicken (their speciality starter) two curries (we had a different one from the menu every night - our favourites were Prawn Tawa and Garlic,Chilli Chicken), a large rice, two naan breads (Garlic buttery yummyness) and a large bottle of water cost the equivalent of £6.50! We would have eaten it all twice if we could fit it ...
... a central ticketing area, there are different bus companies and classes, but you are asked all of this by the clerk, who then issues you with the required ticket. The building was gleaming, all polished steel and shiny tiled floors, even the toilets were sparkling, yet to be defiled by wayward aim or graffiti artists.
Purchasing a few snacks for the journey, I arrived at my 'departure gate’ to see my bus ...
... St. Paul (or St. Paul Hill) Christ Church, the Sultanate Palace, St. John's Fort and the Sultan's well. This may sound like a great deal of sightseeing in one day but the fact of the matter is that this is all contained in a 1 km sq area and you can do a lot in a very short space of time.
One of the highlights was the Sultan's Well. We hired a trishaw (2 of them) to take us there as it was out of the 1km radius. A trishaw is unique to this city and ...