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... it against the trees and houses which lined the track, crushing those seeking shelter behind it. The eight carriages were so packed with people that the doors could not be opened, and they filled with water, drowning almost everyone inside, as the water washed over the wreckage several more times. The passengers on top of the train also fell off when the carriages were uprooted, and many of them drowned or ...
... work he and the men were doing, in case I couldn't see and the perils of moving such heavy bits of steel with thongs on and no safety gear. After a bit more banter the train arrived and due to the lack of little seats and Kate's rather large bag,I spent the trip in a doorway observing the world go by. It was now for the first time that I was really warming up to Sri Lanka and relaxing my way into the next few weeks. After a painless 1 and half hour journey we arrived in the ...
... all, and still am at times now - but when you see the feedback and the responses you get - it's all worth it really!
Instead of going to HWH on Tuesday morning, I went to Thidora for the first time, to cover for an absent coordinator.
Thidora is AMAZING! I loved it so much.. It's a special needs project where people with downs symdrome mainly, are dropped off each morning by their families, and stay for a day of theatre related actitivies. There are some ...
... for the fuel.
We wave down a bus; heavy on the breaks, he overshoots the stop by a length or two and we scramble on as the hail of horns signals the traffic behind adjusting its course. Bound for Mirissa, another coastal town but quieter, our guide book suggesting it to be reminiscent of Unawatuna some fifteen years ago. Divided into three bays, the first and most northerly is the biggest, with deck chairs and parasols decorated in the hotel's livery. ...
... parts in each area, it's a short version of massive yarn, but it's just a brilliant way to get an idea of the story as it builds up on you as you move around through each area. So, I could talk under water with a mouth full of marbles eh, and it won't be long until we land in Colombo. Next stop Sri Lanka, and to the fort at Galle. Mr Gayan is waiting for us at the airport, this is going to be very interesting, I can feel it in my water. Update PM - Galle We arrived at Colombo ...