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Galle is all about its walls. It's a pleasantly touristy sort of place, perfect as a first introduction to Sri Lanka. Originally the major port of the island, until it was superseded by Colombo in the 19th century, both the Portuguese and the Dutch established defensive positions, which form the base of the picturesque Fort or old town. When the British took it over, all they had to do was add a clock tower, which still shows ...
... past a new stadium where some cricket match or other was being played. There were a lot of people around the edge of the stadium watching with more up on the fort ramparts. A match of some interest then? Apparently so – it was day 2 of the Sri Lanka versus Pakistan test and the time we were there, Sri Lanka was ahead. Cricket is really a massive sport here watched by young and old alike - the school kids ...
... I decided to walk... It didn't make a difference and it was one way to clear pathway traffic. So, last night I had Piña Colada's... And tonight, I got caught in the rain. A bus driver asked where I was going, so I got out the piece of paper with the hotel address on it. It was a tad water logged and fell a part. Sitting on a bus at 7:37pm... The rest of the group are most probably sitting down for the farewell dinner. I'm dripping wet on a bus that has been ...
We spent the night listening to jets whooshing over our
heads, but it was after all an airport hotel and after breakfast took a cab to
the airport. We climbed into our Airbus 380 in 32 degrees of heat. 12 hours,
umpteen films and rather scrummy meals later we got out to -2 degrees and a
chill wind blowing across Heathrow Airport. A rather bleak climax to a
fantastic month in Asia.
... We were all at the back laughing. It was probably a bit inappropriate. Both of the German girls had a cold and kept coughing throughout the lecture. Then one of them blew their nose into a handkerchief and made what is quite a normal noise.. You know, it had a bit of a musical note and a minor trumpeting sound. All the Sri Lankan medical students turned around, looked at her and giggled. It must be a rude noise to make in Sri Lanka, which is ...
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