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... Dinner, I might go for the rugged look though and put off shaving until tomorrow......remember how Ruth loathes beards! I did say to Ruth that this rugged look might be known as 'going commando' but Ruth assures me that this means something quite different. This is obviously a spot for weddings as can be seen in the pictures. The aircon Man has just walked past us with our handset. I hope it's not too warm tonight! Take care all. David and ...
... the bamboo chairs and rather minimalistic decor. Cathy looks frustrated and nervous. I have seen her tuck into ***** River smoked fish purchased from local tribesmen in Mali...."looking like rancid catomeat" ...without flinching. However, previous encounters with food from the "Land of The Rising Sun" ( Christchurch - Park Royal Hotel - 1994) evoked the same behaviour....NERVOUS AGITATION! Eventually, she settles on a prawn/potato croquette contraption (with a side ...
... 8217; type of situation or a ‘it’s not me, it’s you’, but we didn’t get a great feel for the place right from the start after a few unpleasant experiences over the first 4 or 5 days (which continued beyond Negombo)
To start things off our guesthouse owner picked us up at the airport and we continued to the car park. We got to the car and a gentleman helped our bags into the car and then proceeded to put his hand out for money… We ...
... is a rainy but informative trip for us. The cute little creatures we are calling squirrels for 2 weeks now are actually chipmunks, so they are little brothers of Chip & Dale from Walt Disney. The Sri Lankan language is actually Sinhala, the language with all these curls. I notice how superficial we actually became from traveling a longer period. In fact we have plenty of time to study the local culture and habits up front in the travel guides but we do this ...
... the semi chaotic driving that requires most drivers to use both sides of the road whilst talking on a mobile phone and beeping their horn. Not sure what to think, it looks and feels poor, but other than a couple of beggars, the locals smile and chatter amongst themselves. Walking the streets we were engaged many times in conversation, mostly to sell you something, some just interested in where you are from. Back to the hotel, quick regroup and out we ...
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