Ypsylon Tourist Resort & Diving School
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... and open your eyes ( better in a snorkelling mask ) - you could see more then in all animal planet movies! Pink, blue, yellow, violet, big, small, flat, round - all this is just swimming around and steering at you! On the beach - it is enough place for every tourist. As well as for crabs and tortillas - they are very happy to be fed from tourists hands by water plants. Time is passing by so fast that even couple of couple of rainy hours are getting ...
Had a sleep in after having watched a movie on TV into the evening and had to rush off to breakfast. An extensive spread with EVERYTHING on offer and a bottomless cup of freshly brewed coffee. We ate more then our fill before returning to the room to shower and get organised for the day. We headed out the side entrance to bargain with the Tuk-Tuk drivers. Got into quite a tussle to the point that one of them walked off and refused to have anything to do with us. We secured two and ...
... and fortunately no coconuts dropped on us.
Fascinating history here with lots of lovely old Portuguese buildings designed just right for the climate. Big airy verandas, foot thick plaster over brick walls, ceiling fans and lovely old wooden(teak) beams staircases and furniture. This area and along the coastline suffered badly in the Boxing Day Tsunami in 2004 and we saw the remnants of this along the Indian ocean side.
... in Dubai with her BFF for the week?! Emotional goodbyes were expressed in Chinese and English, as we arrived in the metropolis that is Dubai airport which is epically huge! With just enough time to ooh and ahh from one terminal to the next with a little help from the digital hologram welcoming Arabs! Weird! Some cash was exchanged, always feel robbed and cheated don't know why?! Onward to Colombo! A mere 4 hours ...
... He also found a Lane "Schoefield Lane" named after his great grandfather who introduced the postage system to Sri Lanka.
We headed off to Raja Bojun, a famous Sri Lankan restaurant for our final team meal. We were also given the option to eat at famous Ministry of Crab, owned by 2 past Sri Lankan cricket captains , Wunpaketofjaffas and Whypikmenose ( ok, I just made the names up but it's so much ...