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... Most people drink beer on the beach in the heat...well Andrew and I couldn't stop drinking tea!
2. We discovered how much Sri Lankans love pure chilli in their cooking...in everything...even the dhal. Man it was good stuff though. We had jack fruit curry, coconut sambal, banana flower curry... I thought the cuisine was going to be more similar to Indian curries...sorry Sri Lanka, I had no idea.I swear after one meal I couldn't feel my ...
... Safe to say I got very sun burnt and due to my anti malarials my skin reacted quite badly but I'm ok now just need to buy more aloe!
I managed to persuade Ashley that Stone Town was worth a visit so we headed off there for a couple of days. It was definitely worth going. I wish we had had longer there. The town is very old with lots of narrow winding streets with little shops dotted all along them. There is so much history there you ...
... ended - that would have damaged the economy too much.
Highlights for me were the incredible feelings of peace at the temples, watching the sunsets at Topa Wewa in Polonnaruwa and at the Fort in Galle, the spectacular dagobas in Anuradhapura, the friendly guesthouse owners I met all over the place, the awesome train rides from Kandy to Hatton and Hatton to Ella, having tea with Abe and his wife in their mud hut, the group of ...
... I wasn’t really taking much notice of the guy. We then headed back to Milroy’s house for lunch. We had a feast of fried chicken, vegetables, chips and rice. All really good. There was a jelly type dessert and at this stage I just couldn’t resist and get the gorgeous little girl sitting on my lap and I fed her some dessert. She was absolutely adorable and blew me a kiss a few times. She was so good with me I couldn’t believe she ...
... back home as we had return transport this time in a minibus. We also stopped off at the Colombo beach front for dinner and had a lovely meal in a posh restaurant for not a lot of money. Back to the cricket, this time we had bad seats (the other lads had good seats away from us and we looked on in envy). We were on the terraces underneath the stands and it seemed that every man and his dog was also there. It was heaving with fans and I'm sure some were ...
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