Black Beauty Guesthouse
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Blog #1- Sri Lankan Mafia Hostel It was an emotional departure from Candace and her family in London. The girls are 4 now and asked me questions like, "auntie Nicole... Why do you sound different from us?" I explained to Kaitie that I am from Canada and we have different accents to which she remarked, "really!? My grandma lives in Canada too!!" They are starting to grasp the concept of "godmother" and were interested in the stories of Candace and I before they ...
Arranged day before for a tuktuk to meet us after breakfast at hotel to take us to Galle (1500 rpees), we squeezed our bags in and off we went. Stopped on way to take photo of stilt fisherman in Walligama(?) and at a turtle sanctuary (500rpees v free at Mirissa!) where we saw some baby turtles and heard about the work they are doing. Arrived at Galle station a bit after an hour,
Left bags at train station (50rpees a piece) ...
... Indian Ocean for a late night swim. The highlight was when we all simultaneously exclaimed "Did you see that?!" as a shooting star fizzed across the sky. It was really romantic, as Kim and I (and Colin!) laid back in the water and gazed at the stars. The locals thought we were mental, but kept an eye out for us until we walked home.
We had done very little today, but when experiences like the turtles and the stargazing come to you, who needs to do stuff?!
... midnight! we had a lovely lunch of grilled fish on the beach. We headed back to get ready. I could here what I thought was next door having a shower but didn't think anything of it. Until we opened the door to go out and realised it was absolutely hammering it down! There wasn't any clue that it was going to rain! We got our rainmacs out which we have only used once and headed out anyway. We went to a a really cool surf bar with cushions on the floor to ...
... had a 30 min stop at the local Hindu temple to leave a fruit basket offering. Both Karu and Sampath are Buddhists, so this was confusing and when I asked Karu about this he replied “the two religions are related, so that’s why we leave the offering!”
By the time we got to Koggala, the sun was quite high and I was worried it would be too bright. But sure enough there were ten fisherman on their high stilts fishing away in a small ...