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... the sea shore which was pretty distrubing. Then went out for same Sri lankan food which was amazing! So tasty and cheap!!
In the morning we set off for the fish market! It was very stinky but the fish looked amazing so fresh! We bought tiger prawns and sea bass and cooked it at the hostel for lunch was amazing!! Then we spent the rest of the day chilling at the beach.
We arrived in Sri Lanka on the 17th of April. Our first 2 days were spent in the capital city of Colombo where there is a fair bit to see and do. As the second day here was Good Friday we thought it'd be a good idea to get some fish for lunch. We stumbled upon a restaurant called the Mango Tree Hotel which did the most amazing fish curry with naan bread, rice and pappadoms. After lunch we did a bit of paddle boating on a lake near the restaurant. Our next stop was was ...
... and so have the elephants, it's more like a maternity ward now than an orphanage. It's difficult though, you can't help thinking they should be in their own habitat, some are so obviously chained and were not sure why, I suppose they could just wander off but then they're not all chained. We watch them in the river, they seem to enjoy it but some do seem a little bored. It's great for the tourist, there are a lot of people here. By now ...
... flight to Sri Lanka we were very happy to be arriving in this brilliant country. We were surprisingly awake (being after 10:30pm) and were on a mission to find a bus or a trishaw a.k.a tuktuk. No buses ran at this time of night, so trishaw it was! We joked around with the driver and did a little bit of bartering to get the price down. Immediately after embarking ...
... change or a stray dog barking. You also needed your wits about you, as fish guts were flying everywhere as people on market stalls rapidly processed the days catch. All in all, it was quite the experience, despite only being there for about 10 minutes! From the fish market, we walked to the fort, which is now used as a prison. We actually saw two prisoners being escorted to the prison in handcuffs. They walked right past us, so I can't imagine that it was a maximum ...
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