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- Continental Breakfast
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... for a swim in the sea, a dip in the pool, a beer and a shower. Then chilling out time as the clock wound down to happy hour. It was not that happy as we learned there had been huge land slides at a tea plantation near Haldummulla and there were many killed and hundreds missing. We spent much of the 2 hours of happy hour, trying to determine where this was and whether we had passed thru there. It remains a tragic mystery, but we had passed many section of ...
... my hand and said I was his white sister which was very sweet. Another man also noticed I have very small ear lobes and was completely confused by the fact my ear lobes are joined to my head. I explained that its due to genes but he just pointed and laughed :( The matron at one of the hospitals yesterday also noticed my earlobes and was trying to pull them off my head telling me to bring some scissors next time and she will sort them out. HELP?! ...
... handkerchiefs which had sewn patterns on the front- watch out granny! During this week also we made friendship bracelets with the boys. Before, we were unsure as to how they would react- whether they would want to participate or want to do something else but they were really engaged in it. It was such a good activity to do! It was really relaxing and peaceful and also very rewarding!! We progressed with their English language through the instructions we were giving them to make ...
... during sunset, ate delicious seared tuna and rice and curry on the rooftop deck of a restaurant a few doors down and sat on the wall dangling our feet over the ocean in the moonless dark after dinner.
We woke up refreshed and ready to spend the day exploring the fort. We started by wandering up and down every street, soaking in the atmosphere of the bustling town, then made our way up to the fort walls and circled the city. The views from the top of ...
... so couldn't swim properly and some had lost fins to sharks/fishing nets. Several types were displayed - we saw green turtles, olive ridleys, leatherbacks, hawkbills, and even an albino white variety (we thought it was quite funny that the first hatchery had named theirs Michael Jackson until we discovered that the others had done the same). Being in Kosgoda, all sites had been affected by the tsunami, and handlers told us stories of men 'grabbing' ...