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After Galle, it was a quick drive to Hikkaduwa.
Hikkaduwa has a bit of a "Khao Lak" feel but without the brand new resorts. There is a strip of restaurants and shops and our resort is quite large.
We have a great pool and ocean view from the room. On arrival, I went straight to the pool for a swim and cocktail. Tim went searching for a massage.
As we have been ...
... only international banks would accept our cards and was pointed in the right direction by a "Buddhist who just likes to help people". The Sri Lankan people that we have met so far really do fit this description. They aren't trying to sell you things or badger you, they just want to say hello, find out where you are from, ask your name, talk about cricket and make sure you are enjoying being in their country! Though as Grahame went off to get some money and ...
... However, the narrow, windy, beachside road that all the guest houses hang off comes with its own challenges. The locals seem to think it is some kind of go-kart track and come belting around the corners at crazy speeds. The road hardly provides sufficient space for a single vehicle; so when umpteen are careering around the bends it can be pretty hairy. We are staying in a place called the Sunil Garden and Guesthouse; it has a tropical garden courtyard ...
Dan and I took a sweaty emotionally draining bus ride up the coast to Galle. We had seriously considered skipping it and just staying in tangella due to the lovely hospitality. I'm really happy we didn't though. Galle is a beautiful city. We stayed within the walls of an old Dutch fort. It is very colonial and is almost like a miniature Europe surrounded by palm trees and a sri Lankan city. It's very artistic, mist shops are art, jewelry, gem or photography oriented and ...
We came back! The weather wasn't even great but it instantly felt like home. We got to a place that Sam had chosen which had no bathroom. I wasn't impressed and wasn't having any of it until I met our cool neighbours: Tom (from Cambridge), Hannes (from Sweden) and Jackie (from Canada). He got away with that one but he is ...