Chaaya Blu Trincomalee
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We had a very long day of work, but it was nice that we were able to return to the hotel to work a bit longer and then hit the beach for a swim!
... and leave offerings all around the back of the temple and down a path on the cliff, overlooking the ocean.
While we were taking photos, a young Sri Lankan guy came up and asked if he could have his photo taken with us, which is not unusual, but the adorable part was he had a film camera!
So we posed for a couple shots then headed back down the road to find a tuk-tuk to do some town errands in, then home.
I had really wanted ...
... shape one, with a black and white top, and the rest of it was purple with yellow spots. As well as the fish some of us including me managed to see two baby sharks. We had been told that we may see turtles on the other side of the island where the boats come in. Unfortunately we didn't see any but did see a few more fish and this side also had a lot more coral. I've never really seen much coral before so was amazed by how hard it was. Once ...
... s who is in the process of renovating an abandoned hotel by the beach. Since the end of the war this area has been desperately trying to develop its tourism again. The lack of tourism became obvious when trying to find the fairly non existent cafés with wifi, so that we could upload our blog. Eventually we were directed to the 'Dutch Bank cafe', a beautifully restored old building from the Dutch period, looking out over the inner harbour. Sipping a wonderful iced ...
... out on the sand. The moon reflected on water. The waves gently splashed on the sand. The lights of small fishing boats seemed to be connected to a few large ships like paper dolls. They twinkled on the dark horizon. The stars above me danced.
For as alone as I was, it was peaceful.
Since I still had to pack, I headed to the restaurant. As I grew closer, I saw there were people. Chris and the Swiss girls were there and they invited me to join them.