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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... is hanging off the coaches, there must have been a very dipped joint outside the hotel because every train rattled loudly as it crossed it!
Me and Boz met up with three other fellas from Essex, Crumpy, Phil and John and had a couple of ...
... or served on this day so i couldn't even drown my sorrows!! That night we ate in a chinese restaurant on the beach the food was very spicy and tasty however refused us alcohol! Until a bit later where we meet this Iranian guy who i think paid them off so he could drink and bought us beers!!! Ended up a very funny night finding out about his 2 girlfriends!! Hopefully we will meet him again in Sri Lanka!
... and our final night dinner before we leave the tour. Nice dinner, could have been in a better location, but we enjoy ourselves. Tour is over, and we are now left to our own devices. From here we will stay in Negombo one more night, team ride to Nurwara Eliya to stay a the Grand Hotel for a couple of nights. Then down to Yala National park for three nights, the on to the west coast for a couple of for nights. We will try and post more as we go. Bye for now J and ...
... have been happier than words can describe and lower than I have ever been. I have tested my limits and discovered where I am willing to bend and where I stand firm. I have been more independent than I thought possible and I've relied heavily on the kindness and company of strangers who have become closer to me in a few days then people I've known for years at home. I've learnt how to be less superficial and be happy with me. I'm nervous about reintegrating to my friends. since ...
... the garden on the right
although the almighty cracks in the wall suggest it about to collapse
The Museum was opened in 1977 with financial
assistance from the Netherlands and is the only Museum commemorating
Dutch colonialism in all their former territories."
See how productive I am being today folks? Lot's more to come before I have a nice posh dinner in the wonderful hotel I am sitting in!