Hanthi Guest House
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... Later in the evening, after the clouds rolled away and the moon came out, we discovered the most fantastic restaurant. It was a little fisherman's shack on the beach, with 4 or 5 candlelit tables in the sand. There was fresh fish and curry on the menu, and with the full moon and the ocean and the incredible food it was an amazing experience. It occurred to me that candlelit dinners on the beach are experiences that normally cost hundreds of dollars, but here ...
... sorry we are on our lunch break for 2 hours"... it was 1.45pm. We also had a laugh at a middle aged lady who approached us looking quite devastated "Is there a bar around here, i am really having trouble finding one", "mmm your holidays are that bad, huh?".
We spend another day around Unawatuna because we are not too stressed for time and there is Koggala lake not too far away. We take a little boat tour with a charming man that takes us around. It was very nice. ...
... old lighthouse are really well preserved and the whole town feels a little European with the fortress walls- outside Sri Lanka awaits. We had a gourmet meal cooked by the resident chef and our room is something out of Grand Designs all polished concrete and four poster bed bliss. Last day with "whathisname" tomorrow as we leave at 10.30 to head to Bentota for some ...
... so the King had him murdered on
21st August 1640. His poor wife arrived after his murder and so turned
straight round to return home.
Be careful who you deal with!
You cannot actually enter the bastion but it is interesting to look at it and learn about the history."
So that is the story of Akersloot and the unfortunate Coster, so now you know. There is plenty more still to see in the Fort and I am having a productive day today so stay tuned.
... Last night the manager of the Lucky Tuna hotel where we're staying plied me with Arak, a coconut distillate, in hope that we'd take one of his inland tours. By night's end no tours had been sold, but we'd made a trade agreement whereby I'm going to ship Johnnie Walker whiskey to Sri Lanka and he'll send Arak to Canada. Soon, monkey's will begin flying from both of our butts.
While doing my first dive this morning, my mind ...