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... is foreign minister, the other admiral of the navy etc etc). They are grateful to him as he ended the military (I am presuming they mean the Tamil fighting) but have not seen anything else of worth to the majority of Sri Lankan people, the only problem is that the other candidates are not good people either, so perhaps it's better the enemy you know.
After various cocktails we walked on the sand down to Mambo and had dinner, watching the sun go down. The next day ...
... br> Lots of Russians in Hikkaduwa, which meant for a different atmosphere to other places we'd been in Sri Lanka.
I would recommend this hotel, but it wasn't wow, and was most expensive place we stayed on this trip.
If you are a light sleeper you may struggle due to noisy road one side and (loudly!) crashing waves on the other. You get used to it though. Strangely though we found the road not as busy as in Ella or ...
... a hostel in the fort and after some initial confusion, got checked in. In the evening, we walked around the fort and went to a place that did rice and curry that comes with 10 different curries! We had green beans, cauliflower, mutuwadana leaves (a dark green vegetable), pumpkin, dhal, potato, aubergine, pineapple and capsicum curries, as well as fried fish. It was quite the feast! Back at the hostel, we spent the evening chatting with the other ...
... After a morning of lesson planning on Monday, it was off to NIMH for an afternoon supervising and working on the wards.
I had planned to go to Men's forensic ward, but was told the patients weren't partakin in activities today due to 'operations'... This could be anything from a mass ECT session, to having their heads shaved.. so I tootled over the the male acute wards and played some games and did some art therapy there which was nice. They've really taken to calling ...
... for Glenn to worry about!
We left a bit tipsy, got a tuk tuk back to our hotel only to find that the gate was locked! So another first for me in Sri Lanka... I scaled a wall! I can now add the bruise on my bum and cut on leg to my other Sri Lankan injuries... I have a few; a cut from the coral while diving, a scratch on my leg from surfing, a grazed knee from falling over in the waves and taking Jenna with me and numerous bites!
We left ...