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... in her death. Hence the name of the hotel. I can't help wondering if there's another hotel called "Angry wife with skillet"
This is pretty much the last blog so I thought I would tell you about my vomit story so we can all end on a classy note. If you have a weak stomach, don't read, just go straight to the elephant pictures!
Praki is a guide that will be taking Sissy & friend around Sri Lanka in a couple of months, so she set him up to take me ...
... to look for much needed hair grips - not for me obviously! Weighted down with our 20 kg, a local market next to the station looks promising... What helpful people! Gesticulating to the head we are encouraged in a maze like fashion around the market as a number of gents offer us everything from a trilby to a black Afro wig, he was convinced that's what we were looking for and even fashioned it for us! Unsuccessful in our mission we headed in to the station. A ...
... airport. It was surprisingly quite sad but I lightened the mood by writing in Sophie's journal about how much she will miss and agreeing to go to Melbourne some time. We headed back to our room with Hannes, Tom and Jackie where mama cooked us a great prawn curry (again!). After dinner we polished off the rest of the red rum and smoked a few bifters on the ...
... coordinators(George and Jess, and Sophie - the girl who is living with me in my new house along with ten volunteers!!)
The last 4 days of my holiday were spent sunbathing, eating good food and swimming in the sea. The crazy waves at Una and Mirissa reach about ten foot high so it's pretty mental - but great fun diving in and out (Em you'd love it, know what a water baby you are when we go on holiday!)
We returned to Colombo on Sunday afternoon as we had ...
... with those problems.. it's really sad because once they arrive at the home they never ever leave its perimeter - not even to look across the road. The women are totally un-socialised so many have no eye contact, can't speak and certainly have no self-care skills such as hygiene. It's weird though, that all do the 'prayer hands' when they see the doctor - they are trained so heavily religiously, it shows where the priorities lie!
The final place we went ...
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