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... in front of crumbling masonry at 7:30am. The photographers generally brought lights and at least two assistants, too, which blocked the streets, and provoked hooting from the tuk-tuk drivers. As in the UK, with some couples the whole business seemed to go on for hours. They were still in the same spot when I had showered and had breakfast and strolled past again on the way into the new town. On the way to the fruit and ...
... having to do any of this is great.
So far Sri Lanka is very much like India without any of the negatives. People are friendly and proud of their country, food is great and traffic is quite tame compared to most Asian countries. I can do a bit of bird watching (from the pool!) and the heat and humidity is taking the pace down a fair bit. Relaxing at the beach and a number of national parks coming up. Ik hab er zin ...
... amp; The Imperial) BEST VIEW FROM HOTEL ROOM: Oberoi - the Taj Mahal (Raas - the Fort & Chhatra Sagar - the lake and surrounds) BEST POOL: Rambagh (Oberoi & Raas) BEST BREKKIE: Imperial (Rambagh & Oberoi) BEST WELCOME: Taj Lake Palace (Rambagh & Oberoi) BEST CITY: Jaipur (Delhi & Agra) BEST ATTRACTION: Golden Temple (Taj Mahal & Amber Fort) BEST ...
... also learnt how to ask a woman for permission to palpate her abdomen and ask if she is in pain. I can also say "give me some plain tea" (they don't have a word for please), thank you and a few food words. It's quite fun! We played cricket with two little boys who are the grandchildren of the maid of the hostel. It was the highlight of their day! "Australia vs Sri Lanka!!" They won of course!! I also saw this funny little fellow creeping around the ...
... to the sea.
Unlike ten years ago, Unawatuna now seems to be the destination of choice for Russians who make up the vast proportion of our neighbouring sun-bathers, with restaurants having signs in both English and Russian.
Thilak's sunbeds are free of charge for those who eat there so we have a very garlicky fish and chips while next to us a family, who seem to be from the Black Sea according to their children's sun hats, smoke ...