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... Well the bags went in ok, the driver reminded us we were getting a 'very good special deal' and off we went. It really turned out to be nice experience. We followed the coast passing unpronounceable towns and villages, coconut vendors and beach resorts. The journey took roughly 100 minutes as we made good time. I do think it was faster than a taxi because of his ability to weave in and out of traffic, take blind corners at ...
... lasts a bit longer than 2 hours! Yay all my lunches at Poonie's have paid off and the owner's daughter asked me to a party tomorrow night! Thank god!! This is my chance to fit in with the English speaking locals! Yew! I've been checking out the pharmacy which sits in the supermarket I frequent. Firstly, I tried quizzing the pharmacist (or what looked like the pharmacist) straight out. "What do I 'not' need a prescription for? I'm a pharmacist in Australia and ...
... mahogany four poster bed with mosquito nets. The hotel has been recently renovated by two Australian guys and the pool of course a recent addition. The garden is exquisitely perfumed with frangipani and lotus flowers, all frequented by butterflies, bees and birds, so a photographer's paradise. The house boys sneak into the rooms at night and cover the beds in frangipani flowers. For the last 24 hours we have had this magnificent place to ourselves. THE FISH MARKET. Just ...
... Then we went to the longest Lord Buddha statue in South Asia & Ashika (volunteer programme coordinator) told us all about Buddhism.
On the Monday morning myself, Josie, Elsie, Simi, Sahiba & another coordinator, Nalaka, went on a river cruise. It was so fun! We held a monkey that some guy keeps as a pet, went to an island of cinnamon trees where they make cinnamon sticks & oil, saw another Buddhist temple & finally had our feet ...
... und nicht wie bei uns in der Zeitung veröffentlicht, damit das gesamte Dorf Bescheid weiß. Es zeigt Geburtsdatum, Todestag und Grund des Todes. Unseren kleinen Trip beendeten wir mit einer kleinen Bootsfahrt – naja, wenn man es Boot nennen kann – es war eher ein zusammengebasteltes Etwas aus Holz. Nichts destotrotz hat es uns sicher durch Mangrovenlagunen getragen, wo wir das Glück hatten, ein „kleines" Krokodil ...