Alang-Alang Boutique Beach Hotel
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Took direct flight silkair. Arrived in evening.
Went for dinner and checked in hotel.
... Klack-ko-koo, Too-da-too-doo and Co-ki-co-kee. I may have done an injustice to the spelling. It's interesting that although the words are different, there are a number of various cultures which have thought the sound important or interesting enough to actually turn it into a caricature. There seems to be an imperative which transcends borders and cultures. It is certainly found in India and Sri Lanka, especially on long bus journeys. Less so during travel in the UK, ...
... listening to some music. The taxi driver stopped off at all the ATMs we'd been at a few days earlier; it turned out that none of them worked again, but he seemed too not worried, as there were apparently more along the way to our destination.
About two hours into the journey, we stopped at a strip of ATMs again; Edd move from ATM to ATM, but kept getting the same result. I suggested to him that he transfer some money into my account and I try and withdraw it. The ATMs that ...
... did not help... lesson learnt the hard way.
The next day, we set off for the summit after 2am in the morning. It was dark so we used head torches. This was the most challenging part of the whole climb and it didn't help that my shoes were slippery as there was no grip to walk up gravel. I kept sliding down and it tired me out very quickly. I am thankful that my friend and the guide was ...
... night before! Normally at home we have a break between our mains and desserts and this Christmas was no different as we waited an hour for our third course - it was fine though as we had nowhere to be! After our Christmas lunch we headed back to the hotel and pretty much didn't move from our room! Cracking open our first beers of the day (the hotel didn't sell alcohol) we enjoyed Rise of The Guardians which was a film about make believe heroes (Santa Clause, Easter Bunny, ...