Point De Galle
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... sun drinking beer, not a bad life. The slow beach life had taken hold and I was in a negative momentous run of pleasure in the sand.
But the beach life was to end soon. I was to head back to the airport, not to leave Sri Lanka, but to greet my great friend Sara who is joining the world adventures for 3 weeks! We will be heading inland to see the famous sites of this beautiful island, before coming full circle to the beach 10 days later.
... that Sri Lanka doesn't have a civil war, many people from all over the world are coming here. There are young backpackers,surfers, and lots of older retired or semi-retired people spending time here. It is a little more expensive than India but we still found Bed and Breafast places for less than $15 a night and meals for about the same.
The second beach town we stayed at was called Unawatuna, ...
... there again. The afternoon was 'the Muslim school'. It's a short walk from where we live. The 'school' is a half developed building so just the brick walls, with a few matts which the children sit on an a few chairs for us to sit on. This project was ok, the children are quite eager to learn and as soon as they have written answers down on the white boards we provide they each shout out 'teacher, teacher, teacher' which ...
... times. We soon found out that this place really is just for surfers, and after it got dark the place was dead. We found one place to have dinner, which was actually amazing. It was on a big boat on the sand. I had grilled prawns which were so good! Michael ordered the Sri Lankan curry again, which came with 8 side dishes! That obviously took a long time to eat, but then we had nothing else to do. So we had an early night and plan to move on in the ...