Primrose Guest House
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Clean room,comfy bed, knowledgeable staff. Near the beach, fan room, excellent mosquito net.
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... when suddenly the calm was broken by an excitable squeal from Kim - there were turtles swimming in the ocean right in front of us. Bizarrely, most people seemed fairly disinterested, but the three of us must have watched the turtles for about half an hour to an hour, even paddling near them at one point. It felt pretty special to have that kind of experience when we were essentially just sitting in the pub!
We had a bit of a bar crawl along the beach, ...
I am so bad at this blog thing that all entries seem to have the same date!! Today has been lovely (as everyday is). There is nothing like rushing onto a bus, ensuring both feet are off the ground before it departs, to invigorate the senses first thing on a Sunday morning!! We then sped off to Galle to do a little bit of Christmas shopping. Ben and the kids went to find a ...
... the road to avoid being blown over! Came back to find Katy still curled up in bed so they went for a swim in the rolling sea followed by dinner on the beach.
A morning swim for all (as Katy was feeling a bit better) before it was time to catch the bus to Tangalla, where we stayed right on the gorgeous beach. It wasn't safe for swimming so we went for walk up and down the shore, taking far too many photos. That evening we visited the turtle ...
... water, skimming along like tiny airplains... really bizarre, and they flew surprisingly far.
The atmosphere on board was different today, the boat ground to a halt a few times, the staff staring intently out to sea.
Then came the call, "1 o clock, WHALES!", everyone dashed to the left side of the boat to quint out to sea.... wow, these guys have good eye sight because all I can see is waves. A few minutes ...
... accommodation that we are yet to book. It is stifling hot here and the last thing we feel like doing is trekking around with our packs in 35 degree heat. Steve volunteers me to be the accommodation scout and I'm off on a mission. My hot tip for Galle in peak season is book ahead because I was rejected countless times when asking for a room. One guest house owner even laughed out ...