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Most relaxing day so far. Late breakfast. Pool and relaxing. Spa on the afternoon where it took all of my being not to change Keith's appointment. "And your husband is booked in with a male therapist, is that ok?" Oh how I wanted to stay "Yeah fine" but I'm the one who'd have to listen to him moan about being violated! When Keith ...
... dinner. It's been a fabulous trip and I'm off to Langkawi and then KL and home. Thanks to those of you who have faithfully followed and commented on blog entries,I hope you also will find an excuse to get to Sri Lanka, it's a beautiful and full of lovely, proud people.
On a final note, and I don't know if it's genuine or anecdotal but a believe it or not story many told me is:
When the tsunami hit Sri Lanka, it washed away people, buildings, ...
Almost a week had gone by without much change. We turned into beach bums and we were enjoying every second of it. The sun was shining every day, the sea was just about the right temperature with big waves that my wife did not enjoy that much but i did love it. This was all fine but we had to break to cycle and do something with our time to set foot outside of Hikkaduwa. Well, we did go on the whale watching trip to Mirissa but we were sitting on our ...
... it again. Returned to the room after a disappointing meal, if one could call it that, and planned our 19 days in Sri Lanka. Made a few calls to try and find a driver that we will hire for the bulk of our stay. We got a few prices at the airport upon our arrival but we found it a tad expensive. We made a deal with the cab driver we got last night. It will be a trip of 18 days for 6000 rupees a day. (About 45$) ...
... with the other coordinators before the volunteers arrived on Monday.
SL is huge - much bigger than the group I run alongside George Jess and Sophie in Kotte. About an hour away is Maharigama where another 3 or 4 houses of volunteers are situated...and then a bit further out is Homogama where even more live! So there are maaaany projects being covered by many many volunteers and it takes a lot of organising!!
Monday was spent waiting at homestays for ...