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Sri Lanka is a much-needed change as far as I’m concerned. I was getting over the busy cities and although both Barcelona and Istanbul are beautiful places I felt I was reverting to a 12 yr version of myself as in; Churches and Mosques should only be viewed from the outside and preferably from a considerable distance and the same goes for museums. I can’t stand queuing never have, never will ...
... heels, I'm being thrown around like the spin cycle of a washing machine. As I desperately try not to swallow seawater - frantically trying to get my feet down and my head above water - there's a moment of primal terror before I manage to gasp fresh air and make contact with the ground.
A restorative lunch and cocktail makes it all better! After a couple more hours we walk far along the beach to a hotel called Chaaya Tranz where apparently turtles come ashore. ...
... people in the Galle area alone. In fact one of our friends had been staying at a hotel inside the fort that day and chosen to linger over a coffee while other guests headed to the beach. The stone walls protected the UNESCO listed old town - and him - while all around was destroyed. Those fellow guests never returned from their morning swim... Our hotel is also within the old town walls and named the Fort Printers, having previously been an old Dutch ...
... Christmas song, and his Scottish partner sang along. Everyone joined in for the choruses and other people at the bar seemed to really enjoy the festivity, taking videos and clapping. It was a really great atmosphere being around people who enjoyed Christmas so much, and who were also so inviting. We walked along the beach for a long time trying to find a place for dinner but hadn't booked which seemed it might be a problem. We finally found a place ...
... sank swiftly into the Indian Ocean. Just returned from my best meal in about four months. Lamprais: various meats and fish cooked with rice and spices in a banana leaf, served with an onion and tomato samba followed by buffalo yoghurt and jaggery- a kind of sugary extraction from coconut palms I believe. Roz had seared tuna on a bed of really dry split pea dhal, also excellent. This was eaten outside on a balcony while a tropical shower fell heavily around us filling the night air with exotic ...
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