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... to walk around the fort walls and view the Lighthouse and the clear waters of the Indian ocean.
I also loved walking around the quaint streets and visiting the old churches ...
... tourist market so very few of us have spent anything as there is not a lot to purchase other then tea..(Shauna does not have that problem. ) Tomorrow we leave for our final destination in Columbo. We have meet some wonderful Sri Lankans and like every country there is good and bad,, I can honestly say we have not had a day that we have not been charged " extra" for something but that may part of the culture here. We look forward to what today ...
... s a lot of plastic and mass produced clothing, shoes etc but nothing worth gifting so far. I'd momentarily adjusted to the humidity, then the spill out from an airconed shop snaps me back to melt mode. It's Nelly hot in here. Stumbled upon the Red Mosque (currently under construction) and a Hindu temple. Both are packed between the city buildings like Tetris game blocks. Shopping isn't going exactly to plan when the sky decides to open up and I get rained in.. Rained into ...
... even our carriage was “standing room
only” with back packers and local business people cramming in for the ride. It
should be added that the price of this day long joy ride was a momentous £2 for
both tickets. How do they do that?
We arrived in Colombo late afternoon not knowing quite what
to expect. We had heard all sorts of reports that it is just a big, dirty city.
The train had seemed to take for ever and we arrived ...
... in Sri Lanka who are rushed to hospital, come in either hypothermic or hypoglycaemic. I sat at the back in the lecture next to some funny German girls. They were explaining how they are trying hard to do as little work as possible on their elective. They noticed that the Sri Lankan medical students had snapped a photo of me chatting to one of the male Sri Lankan medical students that was sitting on my other side. They were passing around the ...