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... I will have to catch up some sleep in the airplane I guess. Na een tussenstop van 2h in Kuala Lumpur en de tweede vlucht komen we aan in de luchthaven van Colombo. Het enige wat we vinden in deze luchthaven zijn taxi standjes en reisbureau's, geen gezellige restaurantjes of cafeetjes, zelfs geen supermarktje. Met moeite en grote dorst, vinden we een bankautomaat. After a stopover of 2h in Kuala Lumpur and the second flight we arrive in the airport of ...
We caught the train from Ramkkana to Colombo. It was a 3rd class all stations train. It looked clean and modern, and started off empty, but was packed by the time we got to Colombo. And the weather got hotter and more humid, as we descended back to sea level. We're staying at a small guest house in the suburbs. It was a struggle for the Tuk Tuk driver to find it, even after talking to the care taker twice. But, the ...
... the garden on the right
although the almighty cracks in the wall suggest it about to collapse
The Museum was opened in 1977 with financial
assistance from the Netherlands and is the only Museum commemorating
Dutch colonialism in all their former territories."
See how productive I am being today folks? Lot's more to come before I have a nice posh dinner in the wonderful hotel I am sitting in!
... seen anywhere. I shall try to take a video at some point to share it with you.
A fellow passenger kindly showed me where to get off and as soon as I stepped down from the bus, the hassle began. The hassle I refer to is the drivers of tuk-tuks, auto rickshaws, auto trishaws or whatever you care to call them. You literally cannot walk ten feet here without them sounding their horn or shouting at you. It really does become ...
... was lovely and went up to a tea factory on our way to the coast but unfortunately they weren't processing that day so we weren't able to do a tour. The tea plantations are very beautiful and very vast. The tea pickers are highly skilled and have to pick 2 leaves and a bud each time which I gather is quite tricky and have to pick 25kg of tea per day. It must be a very long and tiring day!!! We decided to splash out and take a taxi from Ella to the south coast ...