Mama's Galle Fort
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... The town also is a good indicator of the cultural mix which originated from being the key port of the original spice island - there is a large Muslim community, with the main mosque looking more like a Spanish church, right next to the lighthouse. In fact, I stayed with a Muslim family, whose guesthouse is right in the centre of the Fort. Mrs Muhsin was always sitting in the lounge/entrance hall and unfailingly reminded me to ...
... Galle was made for us. The people there (as we’ve experienced elsewhere in Sri Lanka so far) are genuinely friendly and interested to know where you are from.
We had a late checkout for the trip to Tangalle (beach) in the south the next day. We were the only ones staying in the B&B so the boys had the pool to themselves until the manager and his friends arrived. 35 degrees plus and these guys ...
... since they sniff like they have clag glue up their noses. It was a hugely funny morning as you can imagine. I came back to the hostel and Bunchy had decided to do a makeover of the hostel. People were mowing, painting, cleaning, gardening. Then he and Lea, who is one of the four Danish volunteers, went to the lake house to take photos. I think he is getting them for his websites so Anthony (big tones), who was an Aussie staying at the hostel, can ...
... and you can see into the bottom of the skull and brainstem. Horrific stuff. A good reason to take folate acid!! Abortion is illegal in Sri Lanka. So, even if this was diagnosed earlier there is nothing a mother can do except wait for it to be born (they die a few minutes after delivery). This also means they don't bother doing nuchal translucency scanning for Down syndrome as they can't do anything about it! I'm learning some Sinhala. I can count to 10! ...
... bar and hotel but all the daybeds have gone so we settle for a place called Thilak next door, where two sun loungers have just come free under the shade of a parasol.
At one end of the beach sits a large Buddha looking out to sea, the temple below hopefully protecting Unawatuna from the complete destruction it suffered ten years ago and for which a sign thanking the tourists who stayed to help rescue and rebuild is erected on the winding road that leads the ...