Curry Bowl Guest House & Restaurant
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 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 …
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 …
There have been far too many exceptional moments during this trip to pick a favorite in any category. The Singhalese people were happy and smiling, liked Americans, respected grandmothers and helped Carmen and I in any way they could. They were eager to share their remarkable country and heritage and proud of the variety that is within this one full-of-wonders island. A picture says a thousand words so I will attach several to this ...
I spent the rest of the time in Sri Lanka doing the following:
- Avoiding my new Sri Lankan boyfriend, Thirindu, who was the tour/accommodations person for the B&B we stayed at. Evidently when you share your vodka with a young Sri Lankan, that immediately means you love him. That made for ...