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... It is simply a matter of taking up the challenge on the Bentota coastal lagoon.Many tour operators as well as surfing clubs offer surfing packages. These packages are priced at a reasonable rate.
Snorkeling is a water sport that any adult and child can enjoy. If you know your swimming, there you are. Just take a deep dip in the wonderful Indian Ocean and spot schools of tropical fish. The snorkeling equipment is available. And if you are lucky, you will spot ...
... You can even buy a permanent apartment in this ashram. On reading more about "Amma" I've realised this woman is actually incredible. She was a key leader in establishing a world class 1,450-bed hospital and research facility that people can visit no matter how poor. The woman is a saint! I went to Lucky Fort for dinner - a little restaurant well off the main tourist strip. It was packed! So happy for this little family run ...
... we had about the one in Mount Lavinia. There we could feel Milan's passion for turtles, here it felt like a business. So we left quite quickly. Our next stop was to see the very famous Stilt Fishermen who can only be seen in this short stretch of coast between Matara & Galle. It is facinating to watch them perched on their posts so when one of them encouraged us to have a go, Jody wasted no time and climbed up the post ...
... here actually publish punctuality figures, now that would be an interesting read.
I knew the drill by now, it is every man for himself whilst boarding a train or bus and so I began a bit of judicious use of the elbow and so on. Fortunately I played a bit of rugby in my younger days, although not to anything like the standard of my Father who represented Ulster back in the 1950's before his job moved him where there was ...
... was run by volunteers and started 18 years ago. It was very basic and run on a shoestring. It also relied on help from tourists and British sponsors to keep going. It was all very interesting, seeing them deal with Green, Hawksbill and Leatherbacks. All eggs were brought from local egg hunters, who used to sell the eggs for food, but now sell to this project. They are then hatched and returned to the sea, after a few days. They also rescue injured turtles and care ...