Apa Villa Thalpe
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Outdoor pool
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... supported on their heads. As we drove into the reserve we encountered more and more families walking through the area. Some cooking meals while others slept. We were told that many of the pilgrims walk from their village. The distance can be upwards of 300 kilometres. A very impressive site..I wonder how many of us would do the same for our faith? Our drive from Ella yesterday to Kataragama was also impressive..we encountered flocks of ...
... You need a transit visa, dear madam , visa
Where do I get it, I get it ,I get it,
Where do I get it, get it dear Sir
From the Indian embassy dear madam, dear madam,
From the Indian Embassy dear madam, embassy
Where is the Embassy dear sir dear sir
Where is the Embassy dear sir, where is it?
In the country you came from dear madam , dear madam,
In the country you came from, you came from, madam
I can't get it ...
... It was a terrible tragedy for Sri Lanka and it is a great tribute to the country that they have rebuilt their infrastructure so effectively.
Galle and the fort area is a delight. There is a pleasing colonial feel to the place with definite Dutch, Portuguese and British influences very apparent. All of the aforementioned powers had ruled at some stage and have left their stamp to great effect. It has a gentle and tranquil atmosphere and it is not ...
... trees. We also discover a couple of fabulous bars, despite Galle's nightlife being essentially non-existent. The Hammock Bar in the Old Dutch Hospital is fun and quirky, being exactly as described but it's the newly-opened Living Room that is a jaw-dropper; a deliriously funky bar-club-gallery-treasure trove that intrigues and delights every where you look. The brainchild of three Swedish designers it is crammed with sumptuous furniture, fabulous art, quirky objects, ...
... is an oasis of calm. We have eaten in the fort every day and become big fans of Roti. And curry. Food is not cheap but is more than edible (though Liza still complains of the salt).
It has rained, nay monsooned, every day since we've been here. I fear for the cricket on Wednesday. Please keep your fingers crossed for me. It really would be a dream ruined that no amount of cheap Valium is going to make me feel better about. Thank you.