Club Koggala Village
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... serene and the monks happy to see us and show us around. The first one is impressive because of its tree and the frescos on the inside, the second because it feels as if it was carved inside the rock. There are red face monkeys to greet us and we watch locals lighting incense and candles. The Lumbini tea factory is a winner. First we get a free tour and some tea, which is way better value than most places that charges you and gives you nothing. The tour is so ...
... also hung up on him several times when he tried to call back. Jerry gave us directions and the driver somehow still managed to take an hour longer to get there. When we finally arrived at the guest house, Jerry was raging with the driver. The driver even had the cheek to ask Jerry for some commission for bringing us there, even though we had a booking right from the word go. So the 3 hour journey in total took 6 hours and we were so frustrated. Thankfully Jerry and his guest house ...
... but we weren't the only ones, in the water with us was a team from National Geographic capturing underwater footage. Swimming with 150 kg sea turtle was an incredible experience and one of our top highlights.
Alex and I enjoyed our time in the south, what made it great was the people, abundant seafood, and endless water activities. In Mirissia the beach front hotels set up a nightly display of fresh seafood, this ...
... and in a great location. We drove to Mirissa harbour for a boat tour to see Blue whales and dolphins. This is a great time of year for sightings and we were lucky enough to see about 5 blue whales and lots of dolphins. Absolutely amazing to see so close to the boat. Sri Lanka has been a superb experience, the country has lots to offer from beach, culture and safari. The people are lovely and the food also. A very memorable place and we will definitely ...
... t want to miss out. For the first 20 minutes it was all good - we saw some whales almost immediately although the buggers are awfully hard to catch on camera. But then I overheard the Captain say "sit down we go deep sea"........ Deep f*^#%^% what??? For the next hour I concentrated on the horizon and saw nothing but ocean and sky. Way out we came across a small fishing boat (practically a row boat) who advised the Blue whales had already gone by. The said fisherman ...