The Three By Jetwing
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... and fish. ken ordered jumbo prawns which were pretty tasteless, but looked awesome. this time I had a glass of pretty ordinary white wine and then we both had a moijeto. total for all this was about 40 dollars.
nothing is planned for today, we were going to go out snorkelling but now its cloudy, so not really worth the effort. talk about lazy.
tomorrow we will catch the train into negombo and then onto the airport to catch our 1.55 am flight.
Right now, it's 9 o'clock at night, there's a pleasant breeze rolling off the sea; I'm sat on the beach in a hammock chair watching fireworks with a whiskey whilst waves crash softly in the background and a fire roars to the side. This is one of those moments I'll never forget. Kieran ...
... from a hole in the roof illuminate the room.The hole reveals a huge cobweb where a large spider resides.Hes found an undisturbed place to make his home.She announces shes met the Queen and then proffers a small tub of ice cream from a small fridge which has seen better days and the inside of which seems to be bacteria heaven.She however forgets to give me a spoon and the ice cream sits and melts in the container.Then Im plyed with fruit and invited to see ...
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 ...
... who I had seen along the way showed up, it
was quite festive with plenty of time to visit. I took a ride to an
amazing peace temple and down to a jungle beach, walked up to the rocks
at sunset and had a great time. I learned about efforts to build a
children’s center for kids orphaned in the wave. There was time to read,
write and reflect. Then one day, it was time to go. I had a farewell
dinner with a number of friends I had gotten to know pretty well. With a
heavy heart and wonderful memories, I said ...