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Travel Blogs from Ahangama
... After an hour the bus stops at a crossroad in the middle of no where and the driver tells me this is where I must get off. Fortunately I meet some locals in cricket shirts and they agree to help me. Once again the conversation revolves around cricket and every in in Sri Lanka loves Hansie Cronje. One guy even tells me he is personal friends and still emails him regularly. Even when I tell him that he died in a plane crash years ago he doesn't believe ...
... no strings attached? It just seems to happen a hell of lot more here in SL than other Asian countries we have been to. But we do get them too, not as many but they do happen. We walk down the street and pass some houses or restaurants or temple as we do get “Hello, where you from”. That is cool. We get the innocent stares and big smiles and waves from gorgeous kids and that we love. This morning walking into town a lady and her ...
Sorry guys the map will not be accurate because the computer is too slow. So I will summarize the days 3-10. Day 3 visited Sigiriya rock fortress(LION ROCK)and climbed all of its 1202 steps viewing beautiful paintings still preserved in the rock. Day 4 hire some bikes and explore second ancient city of Polonnaruwa. More barefoot and bareheaded hot footing it through sacred temples and remnants of temples. In the afternoon, a mini jeep safari observing ...
... keep getting out for directions and because it was all the back roads there were pot holes everywhere so it was like being on safari!! When we finally arrived there we made our way to the beach in the pitch black with only a motorola phone light to light the way! That was interesting.
Luckily we were only sat on the beach waiting for around half an hour when we received signal from the other side of the beach. Nick and I and about 10 germans walked to where the turtle had ...
... had returned home and more family were turning up, it was time for games. We played games which had been played at the nurses and also a few more which we thought up too. One of the game we were introduced to was insane, there was one sheet of newspaper on the floor two partners which had to dance on this piece of paper and then after a few minute the paper would get folded in half, luckily i was with sandali (one of janakas daughters) we made it to one foot ...
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- Swimming pool
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