The Havelock Place Bungalow
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... your life?
· Albert Einstein, (Smart Guy),
· Sir Edward ‘Weary’ Dunlop, (of the Burma Railway)
· Malani’s Mum,
· Peter O’Toole (from Lawrence of Arabia fame), and several others.
Computers, mobile phones, the washing machine, Record Player and Car were the devices discussed over a long dinner breaking bread.
... we wove our way through dim mangrove tunnels and observed a variety of wildlife dependent on the ecosystem including water monitors, kites, kingfishers and other water birds. Stretched across the river at regular intervals are simple prawn traps. These bamboo constructions are installed by the villagers living in the island communities. An oil lamp is hung inside a small enclosure and the prawns, obstructed and channeled by the fencing, are drawn by the light ...
... of rain this morning at brekky and an amazing water spout! Tonight we went to Kate Cebranos concert and it was absolutely brilliant! I didn't realise just how talented she is - plays her own piano and the drums and just had a guitarist/pianist as an accompaniment. One of the best shows We have seen. We are on the late dinner and early show which works well. Saturday 4th. Graeme braved the heat to walk - not me! Just too unpleasant! We crossed the ...
... would see how things are tomorrow, i hope they forget. They all think they know good music and was playing some terrible stuff so i said id put something on and "dj'd", well say that i put on hot since 82 and that was it. Everyone absolutely loved it! It even drew more people into the bar. Instantly abady wanted to be my best mate, maybe its a good thing i done this to keep on the good side of these sketchy minks. Drinks got smashed pretty hard and we got home really ...
... nothing except the occasional snatch of tea plantation or waterfall.
The poor weather continues for our two night stay in Ella, where we wander around in mouldy raincoats we haven’t used since Vietnam and sit in damp cafes drinking sweet tea. During a pause in the rain we climb Little Adam’s Peak, a local landmark which is an easy 45 minute stroll. The Kid, no doubt influenced by Brooke’s obsession with watching Mount Everest documentaries asks in ...