Mama's Galle Fort
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... lot of Num Num Num Num SRI LANKAAA in it. I couldn't stop singing it afterwards.. Again not understanding a single word apart from Sri Lanka (impressive) I have finally seen my first monkey!! Although I was so shocked I screamed (when it was just sat on a wall minding its own business) so off it went into the trees. So no piccies of that one. We have also finally sussed out the family tree of the people we are staying with!!!! We have cracked the code of sister/cousin and 'my ...
... to the tell the coach that I was head teacher which he seemed happy with, lol even had coca cola and jam sandwiches got for us after the lesson. Friday morning Lauren and I were the only ones at youth teaching, was a very mixed ability group with lower skills than most which did make it hard to engage some of them, but they all ended up speaking which was good. We where all heading off to Galle for the weekend but from various projects, so ...
... US. Rob says I'm not allowed to carry any more money. On to a local handicraft centre where people were producing lace and batik and making jewellery. Some amazing lace makers - so skillful. We bought a little batik square with tropical fruit pattern. Next stop a photo opportunity to see some fishermen on stilts which are unique to the area. Not sure how authentic it is - the fish they catch are tiny but it was very colourful with ...
... despite having lived in Southern England for 26 years? Incredible. I have a good friend called DAO (not his proper name obviously but that is what we call him) whose avowed intention is to visit every country on the planet. I know of "Munro-baggers" a Munro being a mountain over a certain height in Scotland. Others set themselves challenges to visit X or Y countries / capitals or whatever in a day, week or month. This has ...
... the exception of the rich and foreign tourists.
After a pleasant traffic free drive though the picturesque countryside we reached the town of Galle Fort in time for lunch. This is an interesting place as it was the only southern town to escape the ravages of the Boxing Day tsunami nine years ago when the fort held and saved the people and its infrastructure. The fort was built in bygone days to protect Sri Lanka’s southern tip from sea faring ...