Lilly Village Boutique Hotel
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... until 22nd of December when the next step in the secret process could be carried out. It sounded intriguing and I was sorry to have missed it ;) We went for swim after the ceremony and hung out by the pool. Later we decided to head into town and called 2 tuktuks. We knew the guys that arrived and one let us have a drive around the circular driveway in his tuktuk, heaps of fun. I was told off for going to fast and risking tipping it over. We went to the old market area ...
... snakes, buffalo, loads of pretty birds and monkeys. It was incredible and my hopes and dreams of wanting a pet elephant have only increased! After our safari we headed to Ella and got to swim in a waterfall! Limping, rank stray dogs that we named bill and sarah managed to follow us for miles.... We were up at 5am again on sunday (a time I didn't know even existed) to get the train to Haputale. The scenery was beautiful as we rode through hills and ...
... party at Galle cricket ground. We got a tuk tuk to an auditorium outside of the city where a famous Sri Lankan band called Marians were playing a gig. It was really good and surreal at the same time. We had lots of stares as the only foreigners in the audience. Different to our boozy gigs but everyone loved the band and were going nuts. They were really talented and played acoustic versions of everything including Brian Adams ...
So cute pheobs got us wolf pack bracelets! Curry for dinner at Macaroni restaurant which was nice! Almost cried saying bye to Pheobs as it will be a while until I see her. Em and I did a bit of shopping looking for some shoes for me but no luck! Played some Jenga at the hostel and had a good ...
... after finally getting rid of our VERY talkative/mentally exhausting tuk tuk driver. Our peace was shortlived, however, as we were soon accosted by another Sri Lankan who insisted on showing us the restaurant/accompanying hotel's turtle hatchery also. We met a friendly (genuinely...when you stroked his shell he came up to the surface and blew bubbles) green turtle, who we named Alan. We temporarily escaped him to have a wander on the beach, though he ...