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During the past couple of weeks we had been receiving rather
worrying news regarding the health of Dan, my 82 year old step-father. He lives
with us and has never been a particularly fit individual. He has suffered from
asthma for most of his life and has added a formidable catalogue of other
complaints in later years.
He is a self-possessed man, or as some would say, a stubborn
old bugger, so we had made some arrangements which gave him ...
... moaning. He even treats the assembled throng to a unique take on 'All About That Bass'. What a small, but wonderful world! ...
... boy scammer. "I don't want money". No, of course you don't. He leads us to a hotel he's obviously on commission for. It's ****. He tries, forcefully, to make us stay two nights at twenty quid a night. ****. Off. It almost comes to that. Liza is near breaking point. I have to forcibly get rid of him. We walk away, in the fort of Galle, and take our chances on finding our own accomodation.
And then, out of nowhere, Bingo! A beautiful craft and clothing ...
... there so here we are.
The big bonus of our £5 a night room is the fantastic view from our window and balcony; it is like we are hanging over the sea it is so close.
The even BIG ger bonus is the turtle watching.
The turtles come right up to ...
... we had about the one in Mount Lavinia. There we could feel Milan's passion for turtles, here it felt like a business. So we left quite quickly. Our next stop was to see the very famous Stilt Fishermen who can only be seen in this short stretch of coast between Matara & Galle. It is facinating to watch them perched on their posts so when one of them encouraged us to have a go, Jody wasted no time and climbed up the post ...