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It was a month ago that we left home. We have done much during that time. But our adventure isn't even half over. Today is a sea day. We are sailing east in the Indian Ocean. Our position is roughly 6 degrees north latitude and 80 degrees east longitude. We sailed so close to the island nation of Sri Lanka that we could easily see it. It was only a few miles off our port side. We are working ...
... a longish flight of steps and sloping roads - still manageable if you haven't got a lot of baggage. Uncle Sunil says that the higher you go, the more expensive the cost of the land. The view from the front of the house is really lovely. Land for ...
... disaster struck later that night for
Beckie as most of dinner remerged and heralded 2 days of nasty gastroenteritis!
I felt a bit off colour but somehow survived. I felt betrayed by the delicious
food and Beckie hasn’t been able to look at aubergine and breadfruit curry the
same way since! Lucky we hadn’t said yes to Eid chez Sharon Inn…
Having felt a little better in the morning we pushed on
with the trip to Ella on the 7 ...
... the sun sinking the surrounding area starts to turn dark and without its warmth I am suddenly very cold.
We walk down from a different direction on a long winding tar road that leads to a dainty temple where our vehicle is parked. The sky is still a washed with the glow of the last remnants of sun light but the stars are now visible twinkling against the sliver of a moon.
We make our way to the hotel to shower and have dinner. I wrap myself in a blanket ...
The beauty of a 3 week travel holiday compared to a year of constant world travel is the almost utter disregard for the financial cost.... Especially in countries like Sri Lanka where you can travel 175 km on a local bus or train for 147 SL rupees (approximately 1.20 CAD). With limited time, cost is less of a factor than is efficiency. When faced with the decision of how to get from Mirissa to Ella (200 km journey from the beach to the mountains) I could ...