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'Twas an early start this morning... Although, I feel that the 3 consecutive 5:30am wake up calls, could be deemed as harassment... My head was sore, my throat was scratchy, my body swollen, itchy and my clothes damp, from a fever filled night. I definitely had a few more bites to add to my collection. Temperature was fresh.... Very fresh. The group was divided, put into two vans and driven to Horton Plains National Park to walk "The Worlds End" trail. The ...
... admission), and a street market selling hugely discounted factory-second outerwear. North Face and Columbia outerwear have their factories here in Sri Lanka, and a $200 tunic will cost you maybe $20 here. If we were outdoorsy types, or if we hadn't just spent the last few months purging our clothes and furnishings to move to the UK, we might have been interested.
So unless you like to hike chilly mountains in cold weather (which ...
... I gave both of the girls diamond necklaces set in a heart, to which I told them that no matter where any of us lives in the world, I will always love them. Cue tears. At the airport in London, I anxiously awaited my flight to Colombo. I was poorly prepared for this trip and hadn't done much planning... And in a fashion true to my natural tendencies, the universe sent me a gift. My airplane seat-mate was the head of Sri Lankan tourism in London. This was ...
... for tea but we were over an hour late so we just grabbed pizza on the way back instead. We left for Singapore at 4am Wednesday morning. On the whole, Sri Lanka has been amazing and we've been so lucky to have DJ and Isuri show us around. Two weeks felt like long enough to cover everywhere we wanted to and we think we timed it right for our trip.....next stop ...
... our way back to ohiya where we literally hopped into a mail train. The train was so full that we had to sit in the luggage compartment. It was interesting as there are no lights and one section of track goes through 14 tunnels. The doors are not so much doors as holes in the cart so we had access to amazing views. The poor people in the only other 2 carts were literally holding on to the outside of the train and even on the roof !