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... does resemble the Dickens character Uriah Heap. He wants to be, and indeed is very helpful but it can be a little overbearing in a place of only three rooms. We learnt he left Sri Lanka when he was in his twenties to work as a cook in Japan and returned as a Sushi Chef. The offer of him making us a local seafood meal one night gained a lot of credibility and we gladly accepted. He showed us to our room, which was very nice ...
... or sold on are buried in sand and marked and dated. There were some injured older turtles being rehabilitated and one who'd lost a fin which will never go back to sea. It was an eye opener to see but horrible to think this measures have to be taken to stop the black market in turtle eggs. We arrived mid-afternoon in Galle - we are staying within the walls of the fort. In ...
... subsequently expanded and developed by the Dutch and British. Finally a few years ago it was declared a World Heritage Site. Today the fort shows no signs of the original Portuguese Fortress. Most of the buildings inside of the Fort are of the Dutch period. The oldest building in the Fort, built around 1656, is the National Museum. The Dutch Reform Church, built in 1752, can be found in excellent state of preservation.
We had roughly 2,5 hours for visiting of the Fort of Galle. ...
... that we would like to share with you. We learned that the death of a person is shown on a poster nailed on a tree instead of written in a newspaper, like it is in Germany. This way everybody in the town knew about it right away. It shows the birthday, date of death and the reason why the person died. We finished our little trip with a nice boat tour (well, actually it wasnt a boat....it was some kind of floating ...
... with a bit of success. Poked around a small supermarket, marvelling at the weird stuff you can get in packets, and the ridiculous range of choice in biscuits. Then watched the most spectacular sun set: the sun a giant pink orb sunk into the sea among a play of colours. Having set up in a restaurant full of trees, fake wood table and chairs, ponds full of guppies, and twinkling lights overhead, we concluded that Hikkaduwa may be a bit ****, but in a lovable kinda ...