Hanthi Guest House
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... 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. ...
... and desire to stick it out.
I was in the process of purchasing a Tuk-Tuk with one of the English girls, but finances and a volunteering opportunity on her end prevented that quickly devised proposition to be shut down. An adventure that maybe I needed. But financially speaking, it is the best move; the public transport in Sri Lanka is ridiculously cheap, a 120km bus ride from Colombo to Galle cost around $1.20AUD. A safer mode of transport as well to ...
... shat myself one night when I almost stepped on a snake. In an evening it was so dark on the walk back from the restaurants on beach front that we needed a torch to see, we found out that it was also fun startling big crabs that had came out of hiding in the ...
... and we are still shattered. The taxi driver tells us he and his family were caught up in the tsunami and he lost his home and the red cross helped him rebuild it, I really believed him at the time but afterwards I wasn't so sure, he was very quick to tell us about it. He did stop and pick loss of cinnamon leaves which smelt so fresh, I have never seen cinnamon like this. The express way is completely empty again because the locals won't pay for the toll. It ...
... decide to set off on our journey to the airport. We give it plenty of time as we've decided to take public transport and don't want to risk being late. A tuk tuk, express bus, packed public bus, another tuk tuk and a small mini van later we are proud to have made it to the airport. It was another epic journey and our last experience of travelling through Sri Lanka. I'm glad I followed the advice of the blogger and ignore the warnings of the travel guides. ...