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... complete with formal glove wearing waiters, antiques and the coolest old telephone switchboard I have seen. We spent a good deal of time as we travelled around searching for English swag in order to support the English Cricket team and the Barmie Army, We all ended up with t-shirts, hankies, ball caps and a Union Jack beanie that cannot possibly be a big seller within a few degrees of the equator. We arrived at the cricket and met up with Reg who gave us tickets to the third match ...
... and sticky, but there was a cooling breeze blowing through the train, just about keeping us sane in the heat. There was a 5 minute spell on this journey, which I thought summed up both our trip and overland travel in general pretty well. We had been on the train for a few hours and were starting to get a bit got and bothered, but then the train pulled out of a settlement and we were treated to a view of the late evening sun over the Indian ...
The journey back to Akurula beach with Karu and his driver Sampath, was luxurious. They asked me if I wished to stop anywhere, but I said just at the stilt fishermen, just before Galle. I was tired after all that safari, and just wanted to get to Akurula. Unfortunately when we arrived at Koggala, the weather was wet and cloudy and all the fisherman had disappeared. So reluctantly we carried on.
Back at Karu’s, I meet up with his family again, ...
... in Sri Lanka. Kataragama is a multi-religious sacred town as it contains an Islamic Mosque within its temple complex as well. It is a holy place for Buddhists, Muslims and Hindus, and the sprawling religious complex across the Menik Ganga contain buildings of all three religions. It is difficult to sort fact from legend at Kataragama.
In spite of the differences of caste and creed, many Sri Lankans show great reverence to God Kataragama. They ...
... She wrapped me all up in it and put a red dot on my forehead, probably with lipstick (??) and there I was, I had a Sari !!! I remember being pleased as punch about it all and maybe winning a prize (????) a long long time ago now so memory is getting hazy - yikes !!! We are going to be here for 5 days and have 3 areas we are going to visit. I am excited and also nervous, one thing I really want to do is get to see a tea plantations and the production of the tea and probably ...