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... hands and planting my feet as firmly as possible, otherwise I would end up on my ass in the aisle… literally, I am not exaggerating. I came close a couple times after some erratic driving from up front.
At one point Alana had the woman and her two kids sleeping on her, heads resting on here and all, it was pretty funny.
We had nothing booked and we didn’t really have anything in mind when we arrived. ...
... Suli, Neranjan and the crew. The chalets are a level up from basic in that we have fan and a great big verandah where we eat at night if the beachfront sand dining area is too wet. There is not much to do by way of township and our 4-5 km walk to the main road proved fruitless for a change of scenery! We have 3 days of this idleness before we hit Galle for some art and culture,here's hoping if the guidebook is ...
... a good pace. As we climb the valleys become deeper and the tea plantations more steep, but still lush and green. The school kids go nuts as we past the local school, calling out "hello" from the fences. Finally we arrive at our last stop, after a welcomed down hill run. In the bus and we drive to The Centuria Hotel. Whilst it is under renovations, it is one of them better places we have stayed at. We need a new card for the go pro, ...
... when the dog adopted it as it's puppy. The kitten now thinks it's the dogs puppy and is never more than a foot away. The protection and love this dog felt for it's adoptive child nearly brought me to tears (granted I have been extra emotional these days, but it was still a wondrous sight that can teach so much). We spent a lot of time with this man. He opened up to us and told us about his first hand experience with the tsunami. Because he is wheelchair ...
From Mirissa we went to Midigama for 10 days of surfing. Here we saw some of Sri Lanka's famous 'traditional' stilt fishermen - who in fact are only there for the tourist charge, and no longer actually fish (rumour has it they've all turned alcoholic!)! In and around the garden here was a little oasis - we saw big monitor lizards, mongooses, monkeys by the pond, brightly coloured woodpeckers and lots of chipmunks. In fact I was in ...