The Ayubowan Guesthouse
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... door and poked my head outside. There was nothing keeping me from falling out!!!!!!! I held on tightly with both hands until it was time to take a picture. I held on with one hand and took the picture with the other!! One time, I came close to falling out!!!!
Kim slept most of the way. Every time I came back to my seat, she was asleep!!! Three boys came around and started to behave suspiciously. I just sat down next to my ...
... your lungs and stuck to out clammy skin, which in turn was again hand fed at great risk into this spiralling metal pipes that twisted it into tight rope, that they export and use locally for pretty much everything.. We also saw a rice & chilli complex and the chilli gave us massive coughing fits, so they hastened us out of there and onto a coconut oil producing small business.
Won't bore you with any more details but essentially a day ...
... my meal. I do not offer this as a criticism, it meant to me
that the food was freshly prepared and when it turned up it was delicious. As you can seefrom the image, there was the "main event" curry, a bit of dhal, an offering (on the bottom right of the image) that was like a mildly spiced potato salad and very tasty, mango chutney, a poppadum and another onion sambal. I should mention that further papad were brought as I ate.
The entire meal was ...
... althogh I asked many local people directions. I didn't want to walk in the darkness, but I didn't have enough money to take a taxi. When I reached the guesthouse, it was totally dark. The gate was closed. Some local people said that they didn't run the guesthouse any more. I rang the bell at the gate. Then an old man came out. He didn't speak English, but it seemed that they were permanently closed. I gave up staying there. ...
... letting people on until there was not an inch of space left. Then it headed off. You would think that the people standing up would be getting off the bus fairly early on the trip and that it would empty out a bit. But no such luck, most of the people stayed in for at least 3 hours. They certainly know how to endure long trips.
Well Negombo wasn't as bad as I'd imagined. Its a pretty place with a string ...