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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... apart of their New Year celebrations. It was really interesting learning about their traditions and rituals that take place on the special day. Although the New Year isn't for another week, the school holds such celebrations as the school Easter holidays begin on Wednesday. All teachers welcomed me with open arms into their classrooms to watch their lessons. Everyone is just so friendly over here! I feel that when I go back to Scotland, I'll be smiling and speaking to every one I pass ...
... to close, it changed the whales path and behaviour completely. I was so mad! We watched them come and go a few times before Raja couldn't stand watching the other boats any longer, and he decided we should leave the whales in peace and head back. It was a long journey back. We had all had a lot of sun, and some people were so crook, Matt and I were fine, apart from a little bit of sea legs. Matt, Saman and I jumped in the car feeling satisfied and made ...
... playing abroad and life as a boy in boarding school. We watched one of the most vivid sunsets I've ever seen, the sun set behind the ocean horizon as we sat alone in a grass knoll with our backs to an old Dutch fort, the cheers and whistles of hundreds of happy fans in the background a stark contrast to the waves crashing against the rocks. The whole package made for quite the memory. The following day was the yearly primary school fiend trip to Galle. Every school within a few ...
... cage. Three bowls of slop was fed to the children whilst they were standing up at the bars of the pen, all crying for more, they were lucky if they got three spoonfuls each. So our three hours at the orphanage consisted of playing, cuddling and changing when wet. The afternoon myself and Mike- 23 year old Canadian were assigned to the after school club at the community hall. Which is a few minutes walk from where we stay. Today we had about 7 young ...
... After three hours of visits to several Internet cafes for printing, a photocopy shop, a photography studio, an envelope shop (yes, an envelope shop) and two trips to the post office, we sent my application off. It *should* arrive in time for my brother to bring it when he joins us in Turkey in April--fingers crossed!
Worn down by the hassles of the bus and tasks, we took it easy that evening and stayed close to our guesthouse. We had a beer on the ...