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... now spends a large amount of time living in America with his family and was heading off the following morning so it was a rare privilege to learn how it got started from the man himself. I was made to feel very welcome and when I asked who the tiny black and white ball of fluff was curled up next to me Ravi told me; "that one, Useful, his brother, Useless, you will see why" he then smiled and sat down on the other side of Useful.
... El said NO. Eventually El gave 900 rupees, that was the only money he had in his wallet. So next time if there is someone comes to you and offer you to go somewhere else, please SAY NO Thank you even he/she is really kind at the beginning. It can be trick to make money from you.
It took 15 minutes from Galle to Unawatuna by Tuk-tuk. Unawatuna is one of the touristy area in Galle. There are many Hotels, Home Stays, Guest House and Resort. At least ...
... up our food a few metres away.
After lunch, we lazily ambled back to the jeep and continued with the safari. Almost straight away we came across a family of elephants - one mother with older and younger babies, all whom fearlessly walked up to our jeep to investigate. It was a slightly nervy moment, given that these are enormous, powerful creatures capable of doing us considerable harm, but they seemed quite docile, and just wandered past our vehicle. After that, we ...
... my heart was racing. However being in a VW camper style van and being allowed to sleep in the back was fun!
Upon arriving at the school all my feelings changed. I felt so comfortable surrounded by some of the best natural beauty i have ever seen and people from all over the world.
I stayed in a tent on a beach surrounded my palms trees. It was like what i imagine a Honeymoon resort would be like. - Later to ...
... fruit stall! Slightly mixed feelings as it did have chains around its legs, but then I suppose that they have to be be controlled when in public and it's not dissimilar to us using tack on horses, etc. the other girls found the chains harder, but it looked happy from what I could see, was eating and had no visible sores from the chains, was just nice to see one as well. That afternoon we had hired a minibus, as we had decided that we would watch the sunrise on top of Adams ...