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... The sun was coming up in a pink sky, reflected in a much calmer sea, and that was the view from our room on the beach, beautiful! Everyone was exhausted so it was felt another lazy beach day was needed before the girls headed back to work. As Harriet's time with SLV was over we'd be leaving her behind with Liam in Tangalle, it felt odd travelling as a three back to our homestay but luckily knowing we'd be seeing her again next weekend meant no time for sad ...
... for water. Instead we decided to head directly south to our first beach destination.
Sri Lankan Buses
The bus ride to Tangalla is an experience well worth mentioning. To put it bluntly, Sri Lankan bus drivers are absolute mad men. They drive insanely fast, they overtake when they shouldn’t and they are not afraid to slam on the brakes. They are enormous old heavy heaps of junk and surprisingly, they are by far the ...
... generally toward the water. Some in the party found this behaviour disconcerting. We ended up at a restaurant that catered more for back packers. they had a BBQ seafood special, table on the beach, literally, with a bunch of candles in sand filled cut down drink bottles as lights. The meals were substantial, but not that nice. We left most of it, not our form, before the return walk back down the beach. Planned an early swim at the rock pool in the morning prior to ...
... issue as there is no under storage like the buses I have been used to, and the overhead rack is to small. Usually we can leave our bags beside the driver but sometimes we have to carry them (plus Dans guitar). It's a grand ol time. We were able to squish ourselves into a busy bus headed past the beach town of tangella. Again it was a hot, sweaty, uncomfortable ride. Locals were friendly and wanted to chat and I was in no mood to have a broken ...
... to the livelihoods of the farmers in the south east dry zone. With the land only recently reverting back from cultivation, it has a very large population of elephants. Some 400-500 elephants live in the park and is one of the most reliable places to see elephants in their wild habitat. As we jumped in our jeeps I quickly spotted that our driver had three bottles of vodka sitting next to him. Unable to tell whether they were full or empty, I asked the driver if ...