Arugambay Surf Resort
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... langur monkeys, elephants, and a leopard (in the distance). In the evening the resort was visited by a troop of langurs, a young elephant, and a family of wild boars. (You are required to call the front desk for an escort before heading out of your bungalow - even for a short ...
... you would think we were some celebrities the way everyone stares. One man even came right up to where we were sitting, stood in front of us saying nothing and took a picture on his phone! This can get very irritating as you can imagine, and it's quite hard not to tell them to get lost when they are crowding round.
Tonight our host is cooking us fresh grilled fish and we will get an early night (if the rain isnt too loud) ready for a 6am bus to Yala national park. xxx
... br> Me: "Six Arracks and ginger beer please"
Waiter: "Sorry sir the bar is closed"
Me: "Thats a shame"
Thies:"I have a bottle of Arrack back at the cabana, can we drink it here?"
Waiter: "As long as you buy the ginger ale, sure"
Me: "Awesome, Thies you are LEGEND"
Anyway about midnight, I saw the moon beaming across the water and said.
Me "You know what we should go swimming"
Libby and Alice "Thats a great idea, Dave"
Me: "Anyway ...
... front of my bag and sniffed out the crisps we had left in there! We were up and after another scrummy breakfast decided to rent a surf board for a whole day which was probably a bit ambitious for newbies. However we did alright - and Steve was determined to master it. It wasn't until we got back to the beach hut did we realise that being in the water and sun all day had turned Steve into a giant beetroot! After a quick turn around we decided to venture out to the ...
... straight to the pub and not stopped since. Obviously it's such a tough life I know, and I can almost see the raised eyebrows/ rolling eyes some of you reading this will be experiencing right now.
Our first day in Arugam was blissful... reading books in the hammocks, sitting on the beach which was a stone's throw from our cute little wendy house cabana and sampling the local Lion beer. I ...