Black Beauty Guesthouse
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- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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... sun drinking beer, not a bad life. The slow beach life had taken hold and I was in a negative momentous run of pleasure in the sand.
But the beach life was to end soon. I was to head back to the airport, not to leave Sri Lanka, but to greet my great friend Sara who is joining the world adventures for 3 weeks! We will be heading inland to see the famous sites of this beautiful island, before coming full circle to the beach 10 days later.
... flag. I sort of wish they only played when their team scored as at times it seemed never ending and the fact that it was only a few feet away made my ears bleed. On the other hand though, there were great parts as they had all the Sri Lankan's up dancing by the end. I use ALL kind of loosely as the strange thing was, there were almost zero Sri Lankan women. I saw two and both were there with their husband and children and not dancing. Over the years, countless people have ...
... to launch itself into the water. The driver stopped at some water lilies and plucked 2 of the purple water lilies, the national emblem of Sri Lanka from deep under the water. Further upstream he plucked some more and managed to split the stem so as to make a neckless for each of the girls. It was getting hot, unbearable when we stopped. He suggested a photo but the light was wrong so I asked he turn the boat around. He misunderstood and steered the boat across ...
... and friendly. I'm looking forward to visiting the home again next week, getting to know the girls a bit more and teaching English through oral activities. They talked a lot about singing and dancing so hopefully we'll be able to use these interests to stimulate their English learning. This past weekend we explored Galle and the little villages just outside of it. We headed to a turtle hatchery on Saturday which was a slight waste of money but oh well it's all ...
... to my leg and telling me that a really dangerous insect was crawling up my leg. I suspected that it was a wind up, but not being 100% sure that there wasn't a deadly insect climbing up my leg, a had little choice but to go along with it. I kept asking him if it was a joke and he kept saying that it wasn't until eventually he cracked up and started creasing up. I shook his hand and congratulated him, but he wasn't done ...