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Travel Blogs from Galle
... Many of the volunteers leave this friday and so the weekend just gone was their last - so the whole group was there which was nice!
I think I've blabbed on for long enough - probably too long!
I must read all my blogs when I get home, they probably make no sense so I apologise!
I hope all is well at home :)
Missing home comforts a little, but glad I am lucky enough to see this fantastic place!
Lots of love x
... and a large private balcony. The hotel was only opened last December, and they are still finishing some of the small chalets around the pool. We are the only guests staying here tonight, so we were upgraded to the suite! There is a massive open space in our room,which we think would be the perfect size for a sofa and armchairs, but they just don't seem to have gotten round to buying them yet! We arranged a tuk tuk down into Galle town. Galle was built by ...
... return on Wednesday late afternoon. Tom and Karen will then head out on Thursday.
Last night we did manage to see the show which was a local dance team. The team was very good. Some of them played these bongo type of drums, another had a shell horn. It was quite interesting to see the costumes.
Tomorrow we will take a tour of Colombo, Sri Lanka.
Until next ...
... and white wine. In the shade of their centuries old veranda, under their cooling fans, we relax and watch the locals go out their business along the narrow streets. The day turns to night (the sun goes down in about 1/2 hour at this latitude) so we decide to grab a bite of prawn curry at one of the guest homes that line the street before retiring to bed for tomorrow's explorations around the ...
... on the way and said I'd meet Brontė and Tom later on at the beach. The Fortress was a lovely looking hotel, and gave me a nice drink of something tasting of cinnamon as I waited by the pool for one of their employees to come and show me around. After my tour, I stepped across the road and waited in the heat for the bus to come along to take me to Mirissa. The journey continues along the beautiful southern coastline of Sri Lanka, and the bay before you get to Mirissa beach ...