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... unusal thing to see, since (sadly)it's common for the older girls to bully the younger ones, and tears aren't a rare occurence! But I went over to her anyway and soon realised that she wasn't just crying like a child would normally cry. It sounds soppy and a bit cliche but, there was no need for language or any words at all, I could see she was in such pain and such suffering. I asked one of the other girls what was wrong with her and she just said 'mother mother',,,but that ...
... else seemed concerned.
The storm and the black out prevented some people coming, which was handy as others just seemed to materialise. Word was obviously getting around and Mrs Karu’s cooking was well known.
Eventually with one torch and one candle, we sat down to eat. Nine of us, all crammed around Mr Karu’s salvaged tables from the Tsunami wave with just five chairs. Several sat on the floor or on two of the ...
... doesn't sound good, if we leave a day later we can miss some of it. He will keep us updated! I stopped working at 22:00- a very long day and still a pile of laundry to go. Steve the mate bought me a glass of wine when he came back. Seeing the state of most people I think it is a good idea to stay vaguely sober. A lot of the crew went on tours of the local area and the tea plantations and local beaches, local pools and a Sri Lankan dinner - they all seemed to have a good ...
... while the waiter said he was cold it was a perfect temperature.
Unawatuna is a bit of a hole, actually, somewhat worse than the Lonely Planet describes it. In a bid to get as big a hotel as possible onto the beach, some of the hotels have built themselves into the water, effectively ruining the beach. At high tide you can not walk the beach without going up to your waist in water to get around the eroding pilings and piers of the ...
... proved to be the antithesis to 'Start as you mean to go on'. I certainly don't mean to spend the rest of the year asleep, eating noodles and watching movies. Nonetheless, we had recovered enough the next day to take a trip to a temple near where Brontė used to live out in the rice paddies. Like other Buddhist temples I've been to, this was found atop a hill, and consisted of a stupa and a main building containing statues of the Buddha and other figures from ...
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