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... turtles for the people to see and with other from the turtle rescue centre they were releasing the babies making sure that people are not touching them and they make it safely to the sea. Unfortunately it is not easy for the baby turtles to survive their first steps as lot of them will be eaten by dogs, monitors, birds and crabs before they even reach the sea so we were really lucky to be able to witness the safe start of their journey.
Our next trip will be to kannelyia rain ...
... effects of the cyclone in India) but sunday was the usual blistering sunshine so topped my tan up a bit which had started to fade!
Looking forward to coming home now - but also apprehensive - I've got so used to life here!
People will want to admit ME in England when I walk around saying hello to strangers and telling everyone where I'm going and where I'm from....
Hope all is well over in cooooooold, windy England!
... chomp onto the end of it to save being dragged away as turtle food. In fairness, whilst clinging to a rock in water so shallow that while snorkelling it didn't cover my bum, I did see some pretty cool fishes and lots of coral. James braved the knee deep water and was tossed around like a rag doll whilst constantly spouting out water from his snorkel as waves crashed over him. It was an experience...of a near death variety.
We were sat on ...
... of at least 20 meters and it is no deeper then 3 meters so it is ideal for snorkeling. At one stage I felt that something was watching me and when I turned around there was a school of fish of at least 1000 all about 30 cm long just behind me. I swam in among them and was completely surrounded. They just slowly circled about me. Your mind does flip and you have weird thoughts about Piranhas! One fish darted out and bit me on my finger drawing ...
... for cobras. All the islanders we've spoken to though do say that they never see serpents and if they do it's the ones that threaten mice, not men.
We leave the jungle, pouring sweat but grateful for the clearing, our guide waves us off after haggling the fee, and as we pick up pace downhill we stumble upon
Rumassala temple. A litlle hesitant, we step barefoot into the hillside temple. A monk approaches and guides us round, sweating uncomfortably until we reach the ...