Garden Guest House
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- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... for roughly two hours, unsure what was happening and with the women trying to get my attention in Sinhalese and the males blowing kisses and trying to spit at the silly looking man in green shorts (not joking by the way). Luckily, I was too far away for the spit of the year.
I was then led downstairs to another room and told to sit and wait...AGAIN! I actually decided, naw bugger this! I then walked 45 minutes to the tourist police department who were a lot more helpful, took ...
... 50am...quickest I have got ready thanks to getting all organised the night before and just needed a shower and feed before heading to Deck 5 ready to leave. We docked overnight at the Colombo Port and after the clearance from the Sri Lankan officials we were able to disembark at 6am to about 70 waiting buses all lined up ready to go to various day tours. We were also greeted by dancers and even an elephant (yes a real one). We found our bus (No. 3) and waited ...
... three were actually all side by side. I wanted to visit one Army member and two RAAFies and in a stroke of luck they were all three together – that was not planned.
Gunner Bruce Chapman NX21715 age 21 – Artillery (Plot 6B Row O Grave 16A). Gunner (GNR) Chapman enlisted on 28 May 1941; and was involved in heavy fighting down the Malayan Peninsula against the Japanese in WW2. GNR Chapman was wounded at Namazie Estate on ...
... train finally arrived as it was getting very humid on the platform and our carriages were air conditioned. Like any major tourist attraction the Elephant Orphanage was a mad house but well worth it. The Elephants are well looked after. They get bathed twice a day in the river then walked back to the orphanage. I had a close encounter with a baby elephant who wanted to eat my camera. We were ...
... is precisely when I made the decision never to return to India. Despite its beauty and cultural diversity, it boils down to the simple fact that I don’t feel safe there. If boys are taught at such a young age that it is okay, not only to see women as sexual objects, but to treat them as such with absolutely no hesitation, how could I feel safe? In a country that has rows of seats on every form of public transportation designated “women only” and entire trains ...