Apa Villa Thalpe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... around. First stop the jewellery factory where we saw men polishing stones and shaping gold into lovely jewellery. All far too expensive for us though. Next stop .... A Temple of course! This one was a bit different though it was built into the rocks. We had to climb 300 steps in the searing heat to reach it though so we were exhausted at the top. As we were now away from the main town and the prying eyes of the police, ...
... progressing their English skills. We start our day off working with the boys and then head down the road to the girls unit. When I joined the girls on Wednesday there were only three boys at the home. Previously when we visited the home there were five boys. Today we watched as one of the boys gather very few belongings to go home. Home with his family. His auntie and his cousin had arrived when we were doing an art lesson to take him home. It was honestly the most moving thing I've ...
... became most memorable because of the bus trip back to Mirissa. We hadn’t realised that the following day was the presidential elections. Therefore, the buses were finishing early. We reached the bus stop and we asked a man waiting where to catch the bus to Mirissa. He was most helpful and went with us from bus to bus until we found the correct one. It was the last bus and very full when we got on so we stood right at the ...
... many smiles and hellos with the people you pass. The first thing that happens when you see anyone (not just the excited children, everyone!) is a shout of "hello, how are you?" To which you must reply "I am fine , how are you?" because most other responses get lost in translation! The next question is "what is your country" which, when they hear England, is followed by a list of famous UK cricketers to which I can only pretend to appreciate. A ...
... took the scenic train ride about 45 minutes south. First stop was the lighthouse which is on the southern most point of Sri Lanka. Really beautiful beach. There was a clear inlet with little waves where the kids were surfing on big squares of cardboard left by the fishermen. From there the 3 of us piled in the tuk tuk and headed to the temple that has one of the biggest Buddhas in the country. The tour started with a maze of underground walkway lines with painting of the ...