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TravelPod Member ReviewsJetwing Blue Negombo
We paid to use the pool facilities for our last two days in Sri Lanka was lovely, and on the Sunday we treated ourselves to the buffet lunch, brilliant selection and great food.
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My last placement was cancelled, unfortunately we had got to the college before we were told. Again very typical, but it meant I could have a lime juice, eyebrows and hair trimmed (220rs for both) before packing my suitcase. We then all headed to a roadside restaurant near us called the Kitchen.The others had been there before after a dance …
... has changed since we met you' that made me an emotional wreck. We made our final art work of a tree with hopes, wishes and memories of the patients combined with some of the artwork they have made with us the last few weeks. Of course we ended the session with the much loved 'waka waka' and tonnes of Ronan Keating! Also, a few days ago, we were privileged to be given the opportunity of shadowing one of the psychiatrists in the ...
... to bed. It was a weird night we were so tired but kept waking up thinking it was morning, very disorienting! Oh and apparently I talk in my sleep!? Today was just spent getting used to (tried to spell accustomising but my iPad says it isn't a word) to everything before we travel for 9 hours (groan, more travel) up to Jaffna in the North. I hope I don't get travel ...
... I started with a bit of sushi, moved on to some sandwiches, a few other titbits and then some pastries to finish. Everything was absolutely gorgeous and obviously prepared in a top-class kitchen. The presentation was superb. Naturally, I had to finish the whole affair off with a nice cup of Sri Lankan tea. Well, it would be rude not to.
We must have been there for a good three hours, chatting and eating and watching the parade of very ...
... seem to be extremely friendly and willing to assist the traveller. Undoubtedly some of them do not have your best interests at heart (of which more later) but you will get that anywhere and you cannot let it cloud your judgement of a place.
I'll finish writing now, having been slightly sidetracked by two elderly Sinhalese men, one of whom lives in Sydney, Australia and the other somewhere in Canada. That will be worthy of a bit of discussion later on. I ...