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We had arranged to spend our last night in Negombo, about a 15 minute taxi ride way from the International Airport. We had hoped to be able to spend the last few hours chilling on the beach, however Mother Nature had other plans and the skies were cloudy and drizzle fell constantly.
We had booked Maple Leaf guesthouse however we were taken to another hotel which had just been built, where we were the only ones there bar ...
... passed by the window. In a state of sleepy delirium I called up Rashan, the taxi driver, and asked him to pick me up and take me to the hotel he was talking about earlier. I felt really bad for Suresh, and of course paid him for the accommodation, telling him that a friend had just landed in Colombo and I was off to meet her, and so sorry for the short notice! I just knew that I wouldn't be able to sleep being surrounded by wild animals... It was ...
Today is the last day of our Sri Lanka tour. Before we begin our cross-country drive to Negombo, we said farewell to John M and Sarah. They are both staying in Sri Lanka for a few more days, so this is where we part ways. We also had to say a sad goodbye to Pathi and his lovely family. They had joined us in Nilaveli for a family vacation. After our farewells the rest of the group piled back into the vans for one last long drive actoss ...
... the north, many areas are still recovering from the after effects of civil war and this is fairly obvious, you can still see many bullet holes in the buildings and lots of rubble. It also seems more based around agriculture as there is little to do, so it looked like people had plots of land with a tiny building and space for animals, we also saw a few ploughed fields. One of the more frustrating parts of the journey was getting into Jaffna ...
... The town is sometimes called sri Lankan Rome because of its mostly Christian population and the fact that many of its people have lived and worked in Italy and can speak Italian. Christians overall make up less than 10% of the country’s population and are concentrated in coastal areas most influenced by Dutch, Portuguese, and British colonization.
I spent two days on my own exploring the area, relaxing on the beach, taking in Sri Lankan cuisine, and finding ...
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