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On April 14th Sri Lanka celebrated their new year day. I think it goes with lunar calendar, so might not be that day every year, but not very sure :D Also the time changes and, to be honest, I didn't really find out the exact moment of the change of year, but I think it lasts for quite a long time.
Hikkaduwa is a very touristic town and, so, unluckily, we didn't see much of celebrations... we just saw ...
... t wait to find out. After the A/C problem is sorted out, Shara asks us if we'd like hoppas for breakfast, and we all say 'yes' real quick. - Hoppas are wafer thin bowl-shaped pancakes with a thicker pancake blob at the base, often filled with egg. Sometimes we have string hoppas which are thin brillo pads of white vermicelli-like stuff eaten with dahl and cocunut sambal, and are seriously delicious. Across the road lives Tharanga and his family, - a very chirpy and ...
... our spirits sunk. It was more or less a building site. We stood in the doorway gawping at the mass of blue plastic sheets lining the corridors, the white dust flying through the air and the deafening whir of saws filling our ears... This is not where we imagined spending the last few days of our Sri Lanka trip. One of the builders came over looking confused and panicked, and when we explained that we were supposed to be staying there he started gesturing towards one of the ...
... glanced down through
the window at the beautiful “green emerald” lyng in the Indian Ocean , lapping
its waters in a serene and calm manner.
Thomas Merton wrote about Sr Lanka thus…. ………..”I don’t know when in my life I have ever had such a senseof beauty and spiritual validity running together in an aesthetic
illumination.” Truly a “jeweled pendant” for us to appreciate.
... of them are very hot though and it's always a case of just tasting them and waiting to see what's in store. One morning we went to this local restaurant for breakfast and I finally got to try the local dish called string hoppers. This resembles an almost spaghetti like appearance which is made into round circles and served with Dahl, cocnut sombol and chilli. It is very spicy but I have now come accustomed to eating different kind of foods in the morning after curry in India. ...