Pearl's Jungle House
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... elective newbie friends, I trucked off to find the
professor running the ward round. The deal here was not dissimilar to Kandy;
too many students, too quiet discussions and minimal fan-action. Over here,
however, the local students are even more afraid of the doctors who absolutely
rip them apart in front of their patients and peers; it’s quite painful to
watch. In the heat I really struggled to keep up my interest as we went round. We
did see one interesting ...
... re spending a few hours getting cocky because you think the riptide was exaggerated, it swoops in and kicks the sh*t out of you. We were in waist-deep water, and a wave and riptide so huge caught us both so hard that it threw me underwater in a double somersault. Luckily I know how to not panic in the water, but this riptide yanked both my bikini top off (which I found) and my sunglasses (which I didn't). I'm fairly certain I'm on ...
... and beautiful waiters in plunging V's serving the occasional customer and generally wafting around the place. Hidden in a side street in sleepy Galle it's a revelation. We spend our final afternoon in Sri Lanka channelling colonial splendour at the grandest hotel in town, now called Amangalla, but famous for many years as The New Oriental. We sit on the verandah having high tea, eating the kind of patisserie that wouldn't be out of place at the Ritz. It's a last bit of ...
... in the previous couple of days or weeks and we're sharing stories about their own trips. I ordered a passionfruit daiquiri as recommended by the lady on the table next to ours, and it was delicious! I ordered a smoked salmon bruschetta for entree, grilled garlic tiger prawns and chips for mains and a cheesecake for dessert. We went to a party at 'jungle beach' which was a tuk tuk drive up a huge hill then we trekked down to a secluded beach with a bar ...
... and a quarter hours, talking about the tsunami that destroyed much of the coastline we have driven along. He is insistent about the river safari and I lie, promising to ring him about it tomorrow. Sorry Mian. (That's his name, Mian. Im not saying 'sorry man'. Though maybe I am).
So after Dennis the Menace that's another hard days travelling. We're in Galle. Off the bus, and no idea where to find a hotel. Almost immediately we are jumped on by a ...
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