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Travel Blogs from Hikkaduwa
Andy was ill from severe sunburn and diarrhoea, laying low for a while, and after my porridge and omelette breakfast I read from an old magazine aloud to him.
It was then, relaxing in the garden, that we watched a huge lizard guano crossing the lawn.
Walking out onto the beach we saw an elephant walking along the beach with its …
We breakfasted at a beach table at Silta's.
The sea was mild and there were no waves for Andy to surf, so he and Jai had another sandcastle building session, while I swam.
At midday I sat in the restaurant with my cream of tomato soup, writing letters and postcards, all of which Jai signed.
The fish pond at the Curry Bowl was …
We had our breakfast at Ranjiths, watching the surfers, then went to our swimming beach.
Andy kept well covered up this time.
While I swam, Andy and Jai created a pool on the beach with a castle wall around it.
We had elevenses in the Fixy Foxy, I had a big slice of papaya and curd with treacle, whereas Jai had his customary …
after 8 hours at the diving centre i decided to walk along the main street down to the more touristy part of hikkaduwa. think i visited about 30 different shops. all of them looking pretty much the same, owned by families making all the clothes themselves in the shop. most of them offers you to chose a fabric to make your own custom made piece of clothes. when the day was over ...
... of stuff about Australia. Laptops and phone photo's came out and it was a hoot.
They got me home in one piece, ****** but not stoned (geez those Ruskies can drink)
This morning I woke up fairly pain free and went for an early ride, swim, coffee then back for brekky at the hotel. I then headed inland to a place called Mitiyagoda which is where they still mine Moonstones. The gems that they pull out of the ground are beautiful. The mines that they work ...