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... the areas. It feels very much like a holiday resort with some rather plush hotels lining the seafront. Sitting with a beer I was approached by a local lad who asked me to write some words on a prescription pad for him before asking if we wanted to buy some drugs… I’m not sure what it is about Island folk, Sri Lanka, Cuba, Sheppey, they can be a funny bunch the world over. Every tout and seller who approaches us asks if we are leaving tomorrow and it turns out that ...
Although it wasn't part of the plan, we decided to visit Sri Lanka (for a change of pace). Apart from great reviews from our friends Mike and Nikki, we knew nothing of Sri Lanka. We booked flights across the Bay of Bengal to this large island country off the southern tip of India. We literally started researching the where-to-go’s and what-to-do’s the day before we left. Perhaps a bit too comfortable, we didn’t even buy the Sri ...
I arrived yesterday in Sri Lanka and am staying at the coastal resort of Negombo on the Indian Ocean. The duty free area at the airport was one of the most unusual I have experienced - ovens, washing machines and fridges for sale and many people are seen at the taxi rank with huge fridge freezers in their trollies! The ocean is benign and the sunset truly ...
... Fruit bats compete for airspace and huge monitor lizards slip malevolently through the water. The kids are in raptures.
As we pass the Temple, sounds of huge drums and clouds of incense fill the air, the evening rituals are underway and barefoot pilgrims, wrapped in white sarongs, swarm the grounds. The Bahiravokanda Vihra Buddha - an 88ft tall white statue up on the hill looks down serenely and the beguiling, heady atmosphere gets under the skin of even this ...
... 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 ...
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