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... There was some commotion on the beach just below us, with a crowd of people looking at something in the water. As we leaned over the balcony ledge, we saw it - baby turtles!
Apparently, hundreds of loggerhead hatchlings had emerged, but since hatchlings tend to find their way out to sea by moonlight, many were confused by the bright lights on the shore and were coming back to land. Many tourists were knee-deep in the waves, scouting for ...
... nearby towns. We went out on a whale watch and saw some whales sailing out of water. We had hoped to see some blue whales but not that day.
We will now travel east to Yala National Park to go on a safari to see elephants and leopards if we are lucky. Then we will head up into the central mountains which are full of tea plantations.
Check out the amazing beaches of Sri Lanlka.
... could eat before craving a burger and some café coffee! We found a burger place on the beach run by a guy from the UK and the burgers were amazing (we went back a few times)!! We also got caught in a freak thunderstorm while in a café so we sat there for a couple hours eating and drinking coffee… how unfortunate. We also found a French patisserie and plenty of coffee spots, all in all a good break from Sri Lankan cuisine.
... are seriously solid and the hinges door handles and locks and slide bolts look original. The room was furnished with a large timber framed, Ratan cane 4 seater couch. The large bathroom stand seemed made of camphor wood, as was the wardrobe and bedside tables. We had not seen any of this yet as we were early. We did get the cool towel and glass of bubbles welcome. Regrettably, the lass delivering the bubbles had a moment and spilt a couple of glasses, resulting in ...
... it is because my whole body is sunburnt (whoopsies, soz gran). This girl is on fiyaaaaa! In our sunburnt state (Emily's was worse than mine!) we had to travel down to Galle, squished into a van that was too small! We thought the journey was one hour long but turned out to be three or four hours long! We didn't arrive until midnight so we met the mother and father of the family we are staying with but the little girl ...