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We arrived in Hikkaduwa with high hopes for our last two days, and asked a tuk tuk driver how much it'd cost to our place. First we were told it'd be 250 rupees, then 200 as a final price, before asking the last guy in the long line of tuk tuks, who laughed and told us 100... Which was still a rip off. We pulled out of the station, turned a corner, drove one minute down the road, and we were there. Cheeky drivers. As the tuk tuk drove away and we walked up to the house we had booked to ...
As always I left Verity's apartment in a bit if a blind panic wondering if I had got everything. Just as I walked out of the apartments a tuk pulled up I requested to go to the train station, just as I did another tuk pulled up. So they both started to argue, I assume over who is going to take the young white girls fair. I wasn't in a rush per say but I did need to get going. Fair is fair I got into the first tuk who pulled up. I instantly regretted ...
after some great relaxing days in mirissa i had to say good bye to my danish friends and continue my travells alone. they went to the airport and i took the train to hikkaduwa. will miss the guest house in mirissa, it was newly built with the most comfy bed i've had so far in sri lanka and with super sweet owners. tithira guest house it ...
... they like called Top Secret.
Well this joint is def a throw back from the hippy era. The whole joint has a sand floor, there are massive pillows everywhere so the more flexible people can sit on them cross-legged and act like a bloody swami. Sure enough, Lena sat on the pillows and crossed her legs while I contemplated how I was going to get up afterwards with my stuffed back. Luckily Ivan came to the rescue and the gist of the ensuing russian conversation was ...
... with a token lighthouse. The walls themselves didn't really contain just old buildings either. Newer buildings, rundown cafes, dubious dwellings watered down the colonial charm. It wasn't that it wasn't interesting or nice to look at, just that something was missing.
After half an hour of wandering round and pictures of the sea, lighthouse and walls we admitted defeat (inevitable on leaving ...