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... except for a Finnish guy. We went for dinner, watched a sunset, joined the locals in a gambling game on the beach and watched an ocean storm from the beach as thousands of crabs scurried around us. Life really doesn't get much better. The next day was pretty much my last in South east Asia. I found a local juice and tea shop run by a mother daughter duo. I say and talked with them for over an hour about life, Canada, India, the slavery in Dubai and cricket. They invited me ...
... to Trivandrum (Kerala) the next day. As if we hadn't learned from our last flight adventure, we were in for a new one. As we were flying domestic we took a cab to the domestic airport and arrived with an hour or so to spare, plenty of time. Once we arrived to the entrance and showed our booking (yes you have to in all Indian airports show that you have flight booking before you can even come close to entering the airport) they told us that this flight was leaving from ...
... climb it I did, with minimal freaking out! Jill 2014! That same day I took the bus to the ancient city of Polonnaruwa. Upon arrival I almost punched a hassling tuk tuk driver but later he and I put our differences aside and he even let me drive his tuk tuk almost into a large pond! (It's for the best that I don't operate vehicles.) Polannaruwa was pretty amazing. I really just cannot get enough of those Buddhas! The day ended at a homestay in the jungle (baby), where I ...
... Since we were able to finish our business in one day, I was able to visit Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage. I hired a hotel car and driver. It is a two and a half hour drive each way. The driver, Kinglsley, was not very talkative on the way there, but he did insist on buying some fresh pineapple from a roadside stand which he shared with me. It was very fresh and juicy, but made my tongue swell up. Pinapple has never done that to me before. The 90km Colomb-Kandy Road is a ...
... So I cut short my SE Asia stint by about 2 weeks and booked flights, first to return to Sri Lanka for a week and then back to London for about 5 days.
My timing to return to Sri Lanka was more or less perfect as it was low season and Nuwan was likely not to have any tours on the go and the plan was we were going to work on his website and business. But when you are a tour guide you take jobs when you can get them so when I arrived ...
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