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... what Hikkaduwa had going for it was wild sea turtles which came inland close enough to touch (I did, it's shell was slimy).
Nature has been a daily entertainment. Be it the beautiful scenery (the train to Kandy led us through a spectacular range of hills) or the geckos that guard the toilets (honestly they're in almost every shower room) it's ever present. The sea turtles were amazing, so alien, yet so friendly, you can understand why the locals revere them. Today ...
... up and the stars shine bright.
Joy and I decided to go back to our Guest House, El stayed to watch Fifa World Cup 2014. I took shower and browsing little bit about Sri Lanka. We were planning to visit Marissa beach tomorrow morning, we agreed. But then it changed because we had no time, I should go back to Colombo on Saturday afternoon because I have to catch my flight on Sunday morning. I
wish I have more time to stay and visit more places ...
... actual highlight, at least for me, had to be the official conference song ('Sri Lanka We're On Our Way'), which sounded like something by One Direction but with infinitely more charm and character. The rendition prompted half the delegates in the room to leave their seats and join the dancing on stage. Bloody young people...
After the opening ceremony, we all attended a delicious buffet lunch, which technically was billed as lunch with the president. As far ...
... on a few occasions when addressing Sri Lankan people. Within Colombo and when working I have been greeting people with the Sinhala "Ayubowan" (accompanied by facing the palms of your hands together and bowing), and by and large it's a pretty safe bet to address people this way. Travel to other parts of Sri Lanka, particularly further north, and "Ayubowan" can be a significant faux-pas, as it carries within it the implicit assumption of Singhalese predominance in ...
... 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 ...