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... us to return soon. Even Roger, the elderly retainer who did the sweeping and laid out the loungers came to bid us well. We will miss them sorely; Jeff the chef, Dinal the waiter and the whole crew.
They are special bunch of people and as a result we will do our
utmost to come back here and use this place as a base to finish off our lovely
Sri Lankan odyssey. British Airways…take note.
The train ride from our local station ...
... over the last week and felt I could implement them myself. I told the man is driven in Tanzania before, which was true but it was in the country where there were very few cars, and for a very short while. Colombo traffic was pretty ok though, no near misses, but I definitely had to be closer to other cars than I would feel comfortable at home. I got used to using the horn every minute or so and to squeezing into small gaps in traffic jams. It took about half an ...
... mahogany four poster bed with mosquito nets. The hotel has been recently renovated by two Australian guys and the pool of course a recent addition. The garden is exquisitely perfumed with frangipani and lotus flowers, all frequented by butterflies, bees and birds, so a photographer's paradise. The house boys sneak into the rooms at night and cover the beds in frangipani flowers. For the last 24 hours we have had this magnificent place to ourselves. THE FISH MARKET. Just ...
... us to the area we sing in and starting to sing. Another favourite with them is 'what's the time Mr Wolf?' That evening we where all round at the other house to have a last dinner with everyone as it's Lauren's, Cat's and Nat's last week here which will feel very weird. Cat is travelling this week so will be good to catch up with her next weekend. We had Dosas which were nice but I found the curry we had them with a bit soup like. The girls ...
... turned up we knew we were going to want to stay here for quite a while. There were lots of little Roti shops so we went to one for lunch, I think it was called the Roti hut. The man cooked us up some tasty savoury rotis right in front of us. That evening we met up with Luke's friend from school called Scott who was coincidentally on holiday in the same town with his friend Virans who is from Sri Lanka. We went for a lovely meal on the beach. There was a big rain storm ...