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Travel Blogs from Hikkaduwa
after 4 intense days i finished my diving course! i must give a big thanks to my instructor ben. he promised me i was not the worst student he have had! hehe. now i've done the boring studies and a bit scary part of diving. hope i will never have to do what we practiced again, including an emergency abcent, sharing air with your buddy, feel how it is to get out of air, ...
... ordering soup and I am not eating it on a ******* pillow:-) Yes!!!!
Finally sitting at a table and Lena heads off to do something. Ivan does not speak much english but we worked out that we would both like a drink. Not Wodka though, good old Lion Lager.
Lena came back with a Shisha, which for the uneducated out there :-) is like an arabic pipe. Well here we go I thought, they are going to get me stoned and have their way with me. Lena explained that it ...
... along a serene
stretch of wide beach. You often notice backpackers who wander the sand from
one café to the next, enjoying the sunset and the pleasures beyond.
My friends are often away in Hikkaduwa every weekend partying it up, indulging in the beaches or simply unwinding in the balconies of the quiet guesthouses over a nice beverage.
Although I adore the pristine turquoise waters in Hikka, I’m not quite fond of the loud ...
... and a drastic plan of action was needed as we could not possibly do four hours of this. So we had an almost impossible mission plan, nonetheless it was a plan!
At the next stop, we were going to pick up our things, then squeeze through the other passengers! Get off then run to our carriage class and re board.
In the time it takes to do this!
Now if this plan went wrong, we would have ended up on the platform of the station we got off, ...
... a moon stone mine and shop where they tried to sell us all sorts of jewels. We then got the tuk tuk back to the beach and went for a little swim. The sea and beach was not as nice as Mirissa so we didn't stay long. We then looked around a few more shops, I bought a Sri Lankan cricket top and also arranged to have a linen shirt tailor made for the next day. Laura then checked out trip advisor and found us a great ...