Apa Villa Illuketia
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... I'm sorry dear madam,dear madam, dear madam
In whole of departures no ATM
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Can I pay by credit card please sir
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... past a new stadium where some cricket match or other was being played. There were a lot of people around the edge of the stadium watching with more up on the fort ramparts. A match of some interest then? Apparently so – it was day 2 of the Sri Lanka versus Pakistan test and the time we were there, Sri Lanka was ahead. Cricket is really a massive sport here watched by young and old alike - the school kids ...
... to the sea.
Unlike ten years ago, Unawatuna now seems to be the destination of choice for Russians who make up the vast proportion of our neighbouring sun-bathers, with restaurants having signs in both English and Russian.
Thilak's sunbeds are free of charge for those who eat there so we have a very garlicky fish and chips while next to us a family, who seem to be from the Black Sea according to their children's sun hats, smoke ...
... by Christians and Muslims to have the footprint of Adam at its summit, causing Sri Lanka to be considered by some to be the Garden of Eden, although Buddhists maintain the naturally eroded piece of rock is the footprint of Buddha instead. Adam's Peak is also said to be the starting point for the four main rivers of Sri Lanka including the Mahaweli to Kandy and the Kelani to Colombo, whose course we are following initially before heading south to the ...
... their catch off the boat. Morning tea was again very refreshing and after that we drifted into a strange half shop half museum. The restored Sri Lankan style house, and it was not very restored, housed a collection of mostly unrestored junk: cameras, plates, typewriters, stone bottles, glasses, record players, telephones all quite gently rotting away into dust. Across the way some ancient tools and equipment were being used to create polished and mounted stones; the gem business. ...