Paradise Road Tintagel Colombo
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... lovely but wanted to ply me with me. No way, I needed water and sleep to adjust ongoing time changes. No photos to really show as its dark, wet and humid. Couple of hours and it will be time to put on our woollies when we land in horrible Paris.
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... a large park, a lovely and clean place for a leisurely stroll.
This blue bridge is nameless, but it's a rather eye-catching structure stretching across the lake!
The sunset cast buildings around the lake in silhouttes.
Boat rides are available at the lake, but this one was empty. It looks ...
... lanes of traffic to get your attention. Only when a loud blast from either the tourist or one of the rogue public buses do they get on their way! I stood with the owner of the backpackers I was staying in trying to cross the road at one point yesterday and he was shocked as 6 Tuk Tuks stopped in front of us, cutting off oncoming traffic to try and get my fare. He said "This never happens to me" I said "Try being a tourist for a day bro!" It's kinda like moths and light bulbs with me ...
... on our train ride back back to the ship. Which I enjoyed with a drop of the local amber. Gossip Section - We're going through 40 Kegs of beer a day. By the time we arrived in Colombo there was 4 guys in the brig and they will be put off at Colombo. We've heard one of the guys is on his Honeymoon....what an idiot! Until Egypt .... in 7 days, look after yourselves and I'll have a cocktail for everyone of you ...
... We passed two places that claimed to make paper from the elephant poop on our way down to the river to watch the elephant bathing. Twice a day, the elephants from the orphanage are taken to the river to be bathed and to cool off. There were probably 30 or so there when we got there. There were adults and juveniles. We saw one elephant playing with a log like a dog might play with a stick. You could (if you gave the attendants a tip), pet the elephants or even ...