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... we arrived!
On the second day we walked to the beach area to the east of town which went on for ever - getting better and more natural and wild the further we went. We eventually got to a really lovely spot by the Mangrove Chalets where there was a restaurant and, best of all, rocks/reef offshore which created a large safe area for bathing - regularly refreshed as the bigger waves came over the ...
... he felt he was content to wait. However, he didn't realise how slow it was going to move and ended up waiting for another 4 hours before hitting the top. It was very high above the clouds in the sky and Liam was absolutely freezing during this time so unfortunately he was unable to get his phone out and take a picture of where he could see the sun starting to rise with the night time sky beside it whilst he was in the queue. It was the beginning of the holidays ...
... German shepherd cross) is only 18 months old and decides he wants to play so I am getting my dog fix! His name is Emoo.
Anyway late start this morning 12.30, missed breakfast so a cheese and ham toastie has to suffice for grub, it is hot and humid again today and after this I am in the pool. Back to Colombo tomorrow will be in touch..
Johnny, Boz and Essex Phil, Colchester Dave and Essex ...
... didn't see other things though, as we spotted two types of bright green bee-eaters (or pea eaters as Kim had first heard!) as well as two types of equally brightly coloured Kingfishers. We drove slowly around the park, stopping at different areas of wetland and saw all sorts of birds that I can't remember the names of. The pure number of species in such a small area was staggering though. We also saw some a baby crocodile and a monitor lizard as we made our way through the park. ...
... google maps, despite not trusting it, this was the only option I had. There seemed to be a small village on the head land and so worst case scenario I could get a tuktuk back to where I knew there to be hotels.
So another hour of walking, both along the beach and along the palm fringed scrub land that met the beach I arrived to the headland.
The first hotel, cheapest room $250USD, on wards I walked.
The second hotel was no longer a hotel.