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... and upon arrival, pushed out another 3km walk, fighting off tuk-tuk and taxi drivers all the way. Every time I asked her if she wanted to grab a cab she just said she felt like walking the distance. She didn't always look happy, but when I asked her if she was smiling on the inside a beaming grin would spread across her face. We are in Sri Lanka after all. We checked into our room, which is just about big enough for our bed and the 2 back packs, and freshened up before taking a ...
... piece of luck!
We soon slipped into a gentle routine of walking along the beach into the adjoining coves, lunching on fresh tropical fruit in the restaurant. Our afternoons often induced pleasant slumbers by the sea, there were delicious curries in the evenings and of course swimming in the warm and calm waters of our lagoon.
Mirissa is famous for whale watching as the area off shore is part of an important migratory route for Blue Whales. The ...
... to a huge cathedral where we think there was a wedding going on but it was difficult to tell though we walked round the whole building peering in at each open doorway. Later we were passing a Hindu temple and a devotee seemed to suggest it was ok to enter. We removed our shoes and washed our feet, which seemed more ritualistic than effective as the place was not particularly clean with very dirty mats in the entrance. There was ...
... I assume things like taking care of the airport transport for his guests and maybe some tours as a guide every now and then, he should be able to support his family and live from it. Most people don't earn 150€ per month here so tourism is really a gold mine. We maken kennis met het Britse gezin en zij vliegen ook vrijdag vanuit Colombo terug naar huis. Net als wij gaan ze de laatste avond in de buurt van de luchthaven overnachten. Zij zouden eigenlijk met ...
... really delicious and spicy, which we love. After our meal we walk around Colombo 1, also know as Fort. It is the prettiest part of town, especially by the ocean. We witness a spectacular sunset and spend a few hours walking around. Already locals are curious and three-wheelers (the equivalent of the tuk tuk) keep asking us if we want a ride (to obviously charge us 3 times the ...
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