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... is virtually untouched, few amenities are offered beach side, but nonetheless convenient services are never hard to find.
While here Alex and I had the opportunity to participate in a turtle watch - The most fulfilling experience to date. We left our hotel at 8:30pm and made the 10km commute by tuk-tuk, to Turtle Watch, a NPO established to protect and raise awareness for turtle conservation. The NPO funding is generated ...
... programs so as to achieve sustainable levels of sea turtle populations in Sri Lanka.Sea turtles in Rekawa:
- Sea turtles belong to the critically endangered species that have survived for over 200 million years.
- Of the seven most common sea turtles species, five of them return to Rekawa for nesting.
- They consist of the Green (the most common), Olive Ridley, Leatherback (the largest and most endangered), and Hawksbill ...
... them too much. I once read somewhere that the most dangerous animal in Yala for a human is not the Elephant, but the buffalo. As the bikes practically walked through the buffaloes, our senses could feel the sheer life of the heard surrounding us. The smell, the glistening skin, the sound of their bated breath made seconds feel like an eternity. Finally we managed to ride through them and escape to open road. Rimaz was pretty agitated. Every kilometer he ...
... as there wasn't anything to do and Michael was really tired. As we got to our room with a torch and candlelight, Michael jumped. I thought it was a crab he had seen but it was a cockroach! ! And it had scuttled straight into our room!!!! Michael shone the torch and it was massive!!! It then disappeared! We hopped into bed still fully clothed and hid under the mozzie net! I wasn't sure that was going to stop the big cockroach though! it was going to be a long night in ...
... crash of waves. The trees met over our heads making the way through like a tunnel. More monitor lizards showed themselves as we slipped past, and panicked by our presence, monkeys crashed from the trees overhead. I caught one good glimpse (apart from the odd retreating limb) of a particularly fine grey monkey: light grey and very fluffy, with a black face and beady eyes.
We chatted away to Yuwan, and sometimes just sat quietly ...