Hanthi Guest House
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... toddled off for take 2!!!
As the afternoon drew on we headed back through the jungle and trekked all the way down the hill to the main road to catch the bus to Galle for a look around..........we arrived and walked up to Galle fort and on leaving watched a local cricket game, only to leave humiliated moments later when Grahame, given his big opportunity for British glory, missed a catch and we had to make our exit! We got a tuktuk and in rush-hour ...
... at least it wasn't nothing but trees and peacocks. We took a train trip through the mountains which was beautiful and so great as we didn't even end up taking the train once in India which is one of the quintessential experiences of the place. The views as we wound through the villages, mountains and tea plantations were spectacular. Our final night before returning to Columbo was spent in a great hippy town on the beach called Unawatuna. Great vibe and name too! We went ...
... wasn't good enough so the matron stopped it all together. She does not seem to understand that if we use the nappies the children wouldn't have to play in their own and each other's excrement AND they wouldn't have half as much washing as they currently do at the moment. Each time a child needs changing their shorts or pants need to be washed as well as the cloth nappy. It's also worth mentioning that Janaka bought them a washing machine yet the washing is still only done in ...
Took a minivan for 11,000 rpees from Ella which we thought was a bit on the pricey side, but they have a minvan cartel going on in Ella, and at least it was marginally better than the official rate of 12,500. If you are lucky they may find other people to share with you. We were not lucky.
We stopped after a few minutes for driver to do his buddha thing and then again at the Rawana waterfall close by. This was a good photo op. Drive down hills was windy and good views, then on ...
... me as we walked off down the road, but I was done with practical jokes (particularly those at my expense) and was ready for a beer to calm the nerves! About 5 minutes after we had sat down, who should walk in, but our friend with the "steel plate in his neck". I was on edge, but this time I managed to escape unscathed. After quite a few late nights, we finished a bit early on this occasion, as everyone was feeling pretty tired.