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... 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 ...
... It turns out that to enter India, I needed a flight already booked out of India, so we went on a mad mission booking the cheapest flight we could find (which was still around £80) to absolutely anywhere. Finally able to check in, I noticed that no one checked our liquids, which seemed strange, but anyway, we went through emigration and went to get some breakfast at the most overpriced place. Oh well. I walked Paul to his flight, as mine was an hour later, and we had an ...
... of Mirissa as it is for most has to be the whale watching. Not only did we see the giant blue whale in all it's gloriy, we also saw around 30 dolphins putting on a display and 1 huge turtle off the side of the boat on the way back. It took around 2 hours for the boat to find where the whale was, but it was certainly worth the wait. We also saw lots of flying fish on the way and on the way back. I haven't ever seen them before and couldn't believe how long they can actually ...
... mist was coming into the train! The pictures really did not do it justice. Then we finally arrived in Ambalangoda, my home for the next four weeks. The program rents rooms from a hotel that is situated right on the beach! We had an hour to relax before starting our program. Then a tuk tuk came and picked me up. The maintanaince guy at the elders home is sick for a few ...
... just said 'whatever I have toilet water on my face'.Toilet water on my face was one thing I hadn't planned against when taking my safety measures (hoping not to develop hepatitis and wishing for the best at the moment!)). Oh dear. On our return, and following possibly the longest shower of Dave's life, we went to Galle for a couple of hours and saw all the colonial buildings and the wall which protected it from the tsunami. It was the ...