Fort Bliss Galle
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... so many new skills and progress with previous attributes. Some include: flexibility, professionalism, independence, communication, patience, responsibility, confidence and cultural awareness. I'm so glad I decided to gain experience working in a school in the north and the south of Sri Lanka. It has out so much into perspective for me and allowed me to see the differences in which a war can affect a child's education and also a teachers training. My knowledge of different education ...
... up telling us about the war and his views on the current UN Human Rights Convention investigations. Whilst the war is over and people are trying to move on, it is apparent that it has had a big impact on the local population and the memories left behind are still sore.
We stayed in Galle for dinner and ended up at a family run restaurant which sold 10 homemade curries. This restaurant is noteworthy as it made us ...
... all within a couple of hours drive of each other. The old Sanskrit name for Sri Lanka is Serendip - and it is pure serendipity that Anna and I picked such an enjoyable destination in which to meet. Our time has been made even better because, the people here are ludicrously lovely! The smiles you exchange with people here are so genuine; they make you feel like you're all in on the same joke. You come back from a day out, your face aching from ...
... first run-in with the police on our trip around the world.
February 19 (Day 56), we woke up early and ran a couple of laps around the wall, to the sound of morning marching band practice as the children paraded through the streets. They continued to bang their drums around the streets for the next two hours. I think the sights, sounds and smells of Galle make it feel like a movie set (in this instance, a Wes Anderson movie). We really loved ...
... the harbour. We have a quick look and decide to head back, when torrential rain starts. Within seconds we are all drenched and run to take shelter outside the nearest house. The owner comes out, spots us, completely unfazed and leaves us to it. It appears to stop, so we continue to walk, only for it to start up again. A tuk tuk drives by and offers us a lift so we squeeze in and make our way back to Palm Villas. A while later, much drier, Amy and me decide ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet