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Travel Blogs from Galle
... because that's what happens here!! On my last day of school I felt so many different emotions. I was excited to continue with the new year celebrations with the children. However in saying this, there wasn't very much celebrations. As it was the beginning of the school holidays, parents came in to visit teachers to ask how their child(s) was getting on and whether there was any need for concern or any resources were needed to be bought over the holidays which would help their ...
... at the orphanage too. We then took a trip to a unit off of the same service where young boys are kept on remand until trial. They range in age from 14 - 19. They didn't speak great English because they are taken out of school completely due to the nature of their crimes, but we let them listen to music from our iPods and played a few games of volleyball with them. It was really great seeing them interact positively with ...
... so can not walk he also does not talk. He is more a less left alone all day hense the term cot baby. There is one child with some sort of learning difficulty, she needs to be watched as she hit and nips the other children. For some reason the ones who can not walk are also left in their cots, i think this is because they are too small to sit in the 'pen' with the others. One child has cerebral palsy so drags herself around the floor dribbling ...
... a bit of a trek for so short a time but his decision obviously. It was while we were chatting that I spotted the monkey you can see in the photo who was only a few feet away and obviously quite unconcerned by the humans around.
I shall use my VT tip here to explain all about the extremely swish hotel which left me feeling horribly underdressed just as I had in Colombo with Treshi (see previous post).
"Let's get one thing absolutely straight at ...
thing to Galle with the defeated Portuguese being transported to the
Coromandel Coast (India).
The entire Fort was named Akersloot
after Coster's birthplace and his wife sailed to join him in 1640 making
her one of the first Dutch women in the country. Coster was
subsequently raised to the post of Governer of Zeylon (Ceylon). Things
then went badly wrong for him. He returned Trincomalee to the King but
refused to give back any more ...