Pearl's Jungle House
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... looks like the tourist industry knows exactly the kind of people they want to attract.
Dave Lloyd, an old mate from our time in Regents Park, has been out here for a few months supervising training for Maritime Security contractors. He is looking after the lads who are protecting the shipping from international piracy and the like. We managed to catch up with him and his good lady Nicole during some downtime ...
... ended up sleeping from 4-8. Managed to surface and got a drink at restraurant then walked down beach and back to see what the script was. Further up the beach is where all the party places are. Glad we arent there id never get any sleep, its pretty hectic and loud. Back at the room we had two new room mates, 2 massive roaches. I manged to catch them in a glass and a bit of paper and threw them outside. Probs wont sleep tonight cause i slept earlier, fingers crossed i ...
... Couldn't find a t.shirt that I would wear but will go back for something to support this great cause. Dinner at Pedlars Inn and the salad and pasta was excellent - best western food I have had in Sri Lanka (not that we have had many western style meals). Very pleasant cool evening and the cars and hassle of the day has subsided. My bed is turned down and decorated with pink frangipani - ...
... the warm, humid air inviting us to stay. Yay! I was a happy girl again.
Before I tell you about my time in the south, heres a little synopsis of what it is like to travel on the local transit system in Sri Lanka. Right from the get go in Negombo I experienced dudes hoping on and off trying to sell peanuts, dal cakes,baked goods and 'fresh' cut pineapple, mango or other locally grown fruits. Always entertaining. At the bus stops, there's always a MASS of people ...
... boy scammer. "I don't want money". No, of course you don't. He leads us to a hotel he's obviously on commission for. It's ****. He tries, forcefully, to make us stay two nights at twenty quid a night. ****. Off. It almost comes to that. Liza is near breaking point. I have to forcibly get rid of him. We walk away, in the fort of Galle, and take our chances on finding our own accomodation.
And then, out of nowhere, Bingo! A beautiful craft and clothing ...
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