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... mention: THERE ARE NO F**KING ATMS IN UNAWATUNA. So we walked and walked in the heat, and finally asked a shopowner. He helpfully pointed down the busy highway to a local bank on the outskirts of town. So we walked. At the ATM, my card was denied. So we asked a tuk-tuk driver where ANOTHER ATM might be...and his answer was in the next town over, about a 15-minute ride. So we hailed a public bus to the next ATM, only to run into some other travelers who were ...
... the wedding day will be like! Good luck Helen and Dennis :-)
Then it was time to head to Galle, Tyrone and Dammika's home town. So in the van we all piled and off we went again.
And now the time has come for one of these Wandering Wombles to turn 50! So yesterday the EvilOne, aka Anne for the uninitiated amongst you, turned 50! "Oh My Goodness" I hear you say, and, "it's surely not possible" from the rest of ...
... to be paid otherwise we could have just walked off without paying all the time. Funny way to run a business but they place was constantly packed with people eating so we chose well.
Una is itself a tourist attraction mainly because of its beach. We arrive on a saturday so it is packed with locals, itself a funny sight to watch, as they are really having the time of their lives. Everyone is fully dressed, including women wearing the burka, but they don't let this get ...
I woke up around 8 am and knew that this day was going to be write-off! We had planned to move on, but we needed to stay here one more night! I was still quite drunk when I woke up and not feeling too clever. I went for a walk around the fort in an attempt to clear my head, but I got about as far as the bench on the fortified wall at the end of our road. I found myself sitting there for a good half hour, ...
... work, it was a dream I accomplished.
Full of ups and downs, the happiest moments of my life and some of the most stressful and volatile have been whilst abroad. I have written in the past that travelling is not a holiday, it involves a lot of work. And that's the pickle I find myself in now.
The hardest thing about leaving home this time around, was that after returning from my 15 months abroad, I had finally found my groove in my home ...