I stopped for a bowl of chilli for lunch and though he swore there was no flour in it one of the other ingredients must have included a bit because things were getting a bit anxious towards the end of the road there!
It's a lovely hotel built around an inner atrium. There's complimentary Internet access for residents, so I'm making sure I keep up to date as
is likely to be the next time I
get a chance to email. Sadly, I don't have a
bay view but I suppose the parking lot has its own charm! That's par for the course for singles; we get
a raw deal. I made up for it at Ray's
Waterfront Restaurant, sat next to one
of the panoramic windows, right on the harbour front looking out at the boats
coming and going and watching the birds diving for fish. My fish came in a more civilised manner - on
a plate. I wrapped myself round oysters followed by crab with lemon and
cilantro butter, rice and broccoli.
Absolutely excellent. Whitehorse
Seward has been my food Mecca since I left England and I'd been looking forward to this. No thinking of the cost for forty eight hours, even if I have to starve for a week. (OK - so there's no real chance of that happening!)
Just time for a short walk before bed.