Centauria Tourist Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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We are off again, day 3 and everyone is a little tired but in good spirits. We breakfast at 7am then on the bikes around 7.45am. We leave the bustling village and follow the coast road as it wends (thank you Mark E) it's way south through Welligama before turning inland.....and starts climbing. The coast road is a long winding stretch of bitumen …
... the locals with some good laughs unused to seeing a woman pulling in.
I began to notice that often as one tourist got onto the net, a local would drop off to seek the shade of a tree. Questionable effort levels demonstrated by smoking, only holding on by one hand and complete absence of a sweaty brow also prompt suspicions about the commitment of some of the older fishermen.
We move on to Mirissa to catch up with Florian and Ethel, ...
It is still raining!! Only at night:
After a breakfast of fruit, toast and scrambled eggs washed down by strong coffee, we all had a laze around the pool eating for the time to arrive to toddle over to the cricket. England 2-0 down after the first 2 ODI's needed a strong performance to keep in the series.
45 minutes and we arrive at the ground after dodging Cows,Iguana's and numerous Dogs ...
... the bathers and returned in the cart for breakfast, Waruna was working and fussed after us, heading off to the kitchen to get Madame Jenny some passionfruit and later brought us some other rare and expensive citrus fruit to try. We ate a hearty breakfast and watched as they made the Hoppers using the purpose built curved pots. Settled for a more conservative breakfast today, lots of fruit, omelette, beans, toast and a croissant, washed down with coconut juice and a ...
... didn't see other things though, as we spotted two types of bright green bee-eaters (or pea eaters as Kim had first heard!) as well as two types of equally brightly coloured Kingfishers. We drove slowly around the park, stopping at different areas of wetland and saw all sorts of birds that I can't remember the names of. The pure number of species in such a small area was staggering though. We also saw some a baby crocodile and a monitor lizard as we made our way through the park. ...