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Really nice, clean guesthouse. One of the best I've stayed in all trip
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... just made up HA! We hiked to some waterfalls that were amazing but had to walk through slippery muddy sections and climb mud covered root stairs. Of course I end up being the only one that bit it in the black oozing mud but no real damage. We hiked up other hills to see temples and on a jungle walk complete with a cell phone jabbering guide, TVs blaring and bits of garbage strewn about. A bicycle ride had to be cancelled due to rain and a sigh of relief was audible. Despite ...
... the waves lapping at our feet, to a large rock that jutted out into the ocean. There were steps leading up it, so we walked to the top and we were greeted with panoramic views of the beach. Unawatuna had been great, but on first impressions, Mirissa looked even better. We were about ready for some lunch, so we went back to the bar nearest our hotel, to see what it was like. It turned out that the food was good. We both had jaffles, a Sri Lankan toasted ...
... tuk tuk driver for the task at hand. General rule of thumb is if you've had a couple of Red Bull and are in the mood for some hair raising living on the edge type "bombing it dude driving" then pick a young driver. But if you feel some what more relaxed in your journey, seek out a driver that is at least 75 or better yet on the brink of vision impairment. This may be slow,but it will keep the sweat at rest for at least the journey. With those ...
... lovely doctor working there who is keen to help the ladies and really try with them. The session started off fine - there was music playing when we arrived and so we danced and sang (I performed a bit of Beyonce as you do ;) which they all found very funny). It was really lovely. Until we got the nail varnish out. They go mad for it - which is fine - except that we are only allowed to paint their toenails (nurses want the finger nails free from varnish so they can check vital signs ...
Our room is no more than twenty paces from the sand and in between is a lawn of rough grasses, plants and coconut palms. We drift of to sleep that night under the protection of our mosquito net with the sound of waves drowning out the whir of the fan above.
Relaxing into the slower pace of Merissa we break up the day with pineapple juices and walks on the beach, stopping on the way back to negotiate the rental of a surf board. A young family three ...