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Travel Blogs from Hikkaduwa
... much more greenery. There were so many buffalo just chillin in the plantations.
We are staying in Hikkaduwa, but Galle is the next closest major town to us so we had to stop by for supplies. (i.e. toilet paper). On a side note.. when we stopped to get coffee earlier, the bathroom had a toilet, a sink, a hose, and a towel. No toilet paper, just a communal towel. So that really alarmed me, and we are now assuming for the rest of this trip it ...
... our whale is coming!!!! I said really we've found a whale!! So yet again treated like the queen the first guy waved me over to the front of the boat moving the Chinese and told me to keep looking and sure enough a sie whale was there around 20meters in length it was incredible!!! They new exactly how long the whale would submerge for to the exact minute!!! We watched it for around half an hour it was amazing!! We then returned to the edge of the boat where sash joined me ...
... gone off shopping as we had told them that we would return late evening. We took a side road , walked down the beach and entered the back veranda, stripped and dived into the sea . The freedom was exhilarating. The care-taker was back soon enough to serve tea as we relaxed on the extended arm–chairs.
I call myself the sweet –tooth traveler cause I love trying local sweets and desserts.I tried fresh local papaya juice on day two. ...
... to get it re-boxed, taped, wrapped, taped some more, addressed, taped some more. Then she had to fill in an extensive form about sender, receiver, contents, value, etc. Finally, stamps were bought from one woman, then the whole package was handed over to another. Around 5 people were involved in the whole process. The whole time, I was left being hassled by a very scruffy tramp.
Anecdote Number 2: Peanuts for peanutsAboard another disco bus, I had my ...
... curry , there seems to be an art to molding the rice around the curry and eating it that way , I will stick to cutlery!
A few hours later we stopped in Mirissa , we had been recommended to go there. The beach is lovely but I wasn't sure there would be enough going on at night. Sri Lanka is not known for its late nights but we wanted a nice mix, places to go if we want lively but also the choice of good restaurants and bars without loud music ... must be getting ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet