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... are largely rapists, murderers and peadophiles. It's not easy knowing that, but I also can't dehumanise these people. Perhaps it's easier to separate the action from the person?! Their actions were bad - but they are still people and they are people who I have given my time to support and give a shred of happiness to.. I don't know. I'm blabbering now but I think I'm still getting my head around it myself.
The rest of my week went much smoother.. I went ...
... and ocean and A & N opted for a ground floor room with its own plunge pool.
I can only describe our balcony rooms as amazing – the sheer size for two people was obscene. Our bathroom and bedroom were upstairs with the bed positioned for the view. The open plan bathroom was definitely designed for the romantic (and not us seniors!) It featured a huge standalone bath with mood lighting, a huge glass shower room and glass toilet room. ...
... about, Galle is an interesting place to just be... and people watch!
Our chit chat ranged from the serious conversations about career choices, to the silly ones about buckets lists: we now want to buy a tuk tuk, pimp it up, and tour around north Sri Lanka in it. I also added that I wanted to stop at every tuk tuk rank, hang out the door and say "Hello. Madam. You want tuk tuk?" to the other tuk tuk drivers. The tuk tuk drivers have a good sense of humour, they'd love it!
... things in Colombo, like get my visa for Vietnam, find a guidebook for Cambodia, and buy some lighter-weight clothing (the weather will be hot to damn hot in Siem Reap in a couple of days), getting around the city with a backpack will either be a pain, or expensive, or both.
Update: after looking for a long time like the sunset would be drab, it turned out to be spectacular. The sky was on fire...
... do with me, since I know nothing about the local social scene, but it seemed that this was the place to go, and also a somewhat important symbol of Sri Lanka's recovery from the 2004 tsunami, where all the buildings along the beach were ruined. At a dive bar at the eastern end of Unawatuna beach, we met up with some people we'd chatted with earlier at Wijaya, but the entire beach seemed a bit quiet - not that this bothered me at all, considering the food baby that ...
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