Travel Blogs from Galle
... apart of their New Year celebrations. It was really interesting learning about their traditions and rituals that take place on the special day. Although the New Year isn't for another week, the school holds such celebrations as the school Easter holidays begin on Wednesday. All teachers welcomed me with open arms into their classrooms to watch their lessons. Everyone is just so friendly over here! I feel that when I go back to Scotland, I'll be smiling and speaking to every one I pass ...
... to close, it changed the whales path and behaviour completely. I was so mad! We watched them come and go a few times before Raja couldn't stand watching the other boats any longer, and he decided we should leave the whales in peace and head back. It was a long journey back. We had all had a lot of sun, and some people were so crook, Matt and I were fine, apart from a little bit of sea legs. Matt, Saman and I jumped in the car feeling satisfied and made ...
... of Galle was in the fort for the day. This meant there were hundreds and hundreds of children running around, exploring the beaches, playing, laughing, getting into the cricket mood and wanting to high five, talk, touch and wave with us. I spent the whole day in giggles and smiles. We walked around, took in the scenery, met many children and their teachers, played Frisbee, went to the beach, watched some cricket from a birds eye view on the top of the fort and ate so much. The heat ...
I do apologise to those of you who were enjoying it, especially my Father for whom it was about the only means of keeping up with my travels. I really don't think this is the site I thought it was when I was recommended it and it certainly lacks the community spirit and friendliness of it's sister site which I shall continue to write for. People who were reading this know where to find me there.
Apologies again but life really is too short.
... and there always seem to be almost too many staff standing around waiting to serve you
Certainlyyou pay a bit more than normal for a drink here but not overly so and it really is worth it to sit in such wonderful surroundings and imagine yourself back in the days of the Empire. To put it in context a large bottle of beer here costs 400SLR which is a shade under £2 or about $3USso it is not exactly going to break the bank."
Mike had been ...
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