Lilly Village Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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... a shower. Returned to the restaurant for a continental breakfast - with a Sri Lankan omelette! We packed and were back in the lobby waiting for the driver to arrive (we met a guy yesterday while walking to the Post Office and organised for him to take us to Unawatuna). He duly arrive in a very new Toyota Hi-Ace van, complete with air-conditioning. We confirmed the price of LKR 5,000 and informed our driver we would need to stop for a couple of hours in Marissa ...
... 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 ...
This week I've been progressing with my Sinhalese language learning. As you can see the blog heading (phonetically spelt), I learnt to say that I am a teacher! This wasn't the only thing. Vinuji (the host families daughter) has been teaching us other useful sayings like: Oiata peesue, which means 'you are crazy'. Apart from teaching us some more Sinhalese, Vinuji starts her important grade 5 tests this week. These examinations are very important in ...
... back to relax at the guesthouse until sunset. We climbed back up on the western walls outside our guesthouse a little before sunset, and joined the crowds of locals taking their evening stroll while children splashed in the water and plenty of tourists nestled in for the sunset. After sitting and admiring the sunset, we walked along the walls to a restaurant overlooking the lighthouse for our last rice and curry. We are really going to miss Sri Lankan rice ...
... 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 ...