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... sanctuary and we were thinking to go to on the boat through mangrove forest.
My hubby was driving a motorbike for the first time and I have to say he was a very good driver. The wind was blowing into our hair and we were enjoying the road and stunning scenery all around – the colours of the sea were so vivid and extraordinary.
After arriving to the turtle centre we saw small turtles, which were ...
... mostly reef, all really fun. There are big sea turtles that constantly pop their smiling little heads up in the surf to say hi before retreating back under. Although the surfing tourists far out number the local surfers, everyone is really friendly in the line up. I'm really enjoying staying put in Midigama and getting to know the surrounding area as well as the people.
On the 31st I took the (much longer than I expected) hour and forty five minute journey north to meet ...
... we found some bars right near our hotel so just stuck to them at night which were a laugh anyway. After a few days we moved to the next beach called Anjuna and stayed in a proper hostel and this was really good, it was all British, Irish, Canadian and American so was nice to just be able to relax and speak normally and everyone understands everyone. It was called prison hostel and had a prison theme running throughout which was quite funny. We were in ...
Our hotel - Ganesh Gardens are lovely & right on the beach with hammocks, so hoping the weather picks up in the next couple of days.
Decided against turtle watching tonight as we are up for a 4am trip to Yala National Park tomorrow in the hope of seeing the elusive leopard & ...
... was that we were in the eye of a hurricane and all the geckos had been sucked into the sky by the wind...granted I can be dramatic in the mornings. I whipped back the curtain ready for the worst only to be confronted by glorious sunshine. Sri Lankas weather changes faster than my moods, thats pretty freakin' fast.
We roamed up the beach to see whether the sea was smimmable. It looked pretty rough but the locals hiring our snorkels ...