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... may be allowed a short rant (well it is our blog after
all) I would like to recommend that no- one flies with British Airways ever again.
This may sound rather excessive but their interest in our hour of need was best
described as rude and uncaring. The sooner they wake up and realise that there
are plenty of airlines around who help their customers, the better for all concerned. As a result
we are flying back with Air Sri Lanka.
... for Amanda.
At seven went across the garden for dinner. The ground is still very spongy from all the rain that Asia has been having in the last few weeks. We joined a Dutch couple and chatted about travelling and India and diaries and stuff for about an hour. Fun. Delicious meal of rice and five vegetable side dishes. Amanda had a whole big bottle of Lion beer to herself. I enjoyed the water though.
And so to ...
... for the whole of the time here and ours is nature. This week we sang songs, and the patients made musical instruments out of bottles to make sounds of the jungle. Patients also wrote poetry and stories related to jungle and their favourite animals etc. I particularly love this project as patients really want to get involved. Some of them have great English so it is thoroughly enjoyable to learn about each patient and ask a bit about Sri Lanka. I feel so gutted that I'm not here ...
... stopping almost every 10 seconds to collect people. I think this bus ended up almost taking another hour before we found ourselves dropped off in Columbo. We navigated our way to the bus station on foot and found the express bus to Negumbo and was happy to sit down thinking we are nearly there. However the bus had to be filled and left us waiting at a standstill for another half an hour. When we finally reached Negumbo it had taken us nearly 5 hours to get there instead of 3 ...
... to Mirissa. The erratic stopping meant that I was slammed into a stranger’s sweaty back continuously. As I became acquainted with Mr. Sweaty and we could not see where our stop was, because it was dark and the bus was going so fast, I asked him whether he could tell us when to get off. Mr. Sweaty coordinated with the conductor and the driver wonderfully and we slid between the sweaty mass and slipped off the bus at the right ...
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