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... itself, with mansions, lush gardens, fine dining options, shopping malls packed with expensive designer brands standing next to urban slums; diesel fumed congested roads and street markets.
Though modern World Trade Center towers dominate the skyline, dropping your eye line will reveal a wealth of colonial landmarks. Behind its distinctive red facade, Cargill’s at the heart of the Fort area still dispenses ‘toilet ...
... Bopara (more runs that didn't count for the racists meaning they think England lost by 217 runs presumably), England ran out of steam and batsmen and were beat by 25 runs. It was still a good game and a great, nay magnificent day, with the rain finally holding off and the floodlights making a brilliant spectacle of the ground. It's a day I'll never forget and one I thought I'd never see, an England cricket international abroad. Next stop Trinidad?
... retreats with lovely gardens glimpsed behind high fences. No doubt it's expensive near the sea.
Did some walking of the streets, lunch of string hoppers and dosa and drinks for about $3.50 then had a little nap before being rudely awakened by reception telling us we should have checked out today ! Running battle a few more times before they finally confirmed our booking for 2 nights!
decided to get ...
... sickness. It would come & go so I struggled on without saying anything and the orphanage was quite amazing and I really, really enjoyed it.
Praki is a lovely man & easy to talk to and very knowledgeable and he & I & Scott were booked to go to the famous Ministry of Crab that night as a last meal in Sri Lanka and I think he was quite looking forward to it, as was I...hadn't eaten crab on the entire trip.
I was struggling a bit ...
What's that they call it, the Butterfly effect? An infinitesimal occurrence with incommensurate consequences? Well, I’m at the consequences end of one of those occurrences as I’m seated by Gate 9 at Colombo International Airport waiting to board a red-eye to Rome. On a nothing day six years ago, my sister Ann leafed through the pages of the morning paper and chanced upon an advertisement for an Italian Education Fair. I don’t know why she decided to visit the ...