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... and so overpriced, although we're staying in a cool hostel run by a couple from Canada and Dubai who are letting us whale around until later.
However.... we have absolutely loved our time in Sri Lanka!!! It feels like we're here on the cusp of it becoming touristy and I'm so glad we got to see it before some places inevitably become like Unawatuna! Will update you again when we've met Daisy and are safely (stop worrying parents) in Mumbai!
... figure you have". Of course he wanted me to come back the next night and of course I avoided the place for the rest of time I was there, except for the morning I was to leave. I thought I’d pop in for breakfast and didn’t think he’d be there and he was. He came running over, asking why I didn’t come back, he missed me…blah, blah, blah….I started with saying “no reason” for not coming back but it ...
So there is not much to do to pass the time around here when it is raining and so I thought I might start getting creative with the abundance of photo apps at my disposal. I will keep adding to this along the trip when ever a gat pic comes my way. Keep in mind this is the first time that I have attempted photo editing ...
... to everything else that is available.Here once again days while away and I sit in silence reading and taking in the sunsets until I spy Gary an englishman from Jersey walking down the beach-Ive met him in Unawatuna and tells me that Jack-the cool girl who helped me initially on the Colombo bus- and her father are coming here-he is here to watch England play cricket as it seems are alot of englishmen.They ae going to be in Mirissa for a couple of days and he tells me he ...
... I had been aching to see and hike through, of which we were able to do just a small bit while in Kandy. I saw a pair of Buddhist monks wearing bright orange sarongs standing under an umbrella smiling at the train from a deep green thicket of the jungle that lined a temple. I watched abandoned train stations left over from colonial times with dates like 1867 stamped above doorless thresholds. I saw large buildings that had once been occupied by British ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed