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... it scared them off.
The good thing was because the water was so still and so clear, just being in it was incredible.
The light filtered through, you could hear the dolphins talking to each other... even the boatman hopped in to enjoy the water.
In the last pod of dolphins we also met a shy fisherman who'd had a good day catching the fish that had tagged along with all of the dolphins.
Our pirate boatman tossed a line in ...
... The ham was more like gammon and the other girls had pasta. All the food was delicious and the view was also fantastic, watching the fishing boats on the horizon under the red moon. We also each had a cheeky cocktail; it actually felt like a holiday more than anything else, but was well needed, and the total cost shared between 5 of us was about £50! All 5 of us got into a Tuk Tuk on the way back, all part of the experience, and ...
... in the places I visit. If I was, I could pull over and take pictures of the things that caught my eye. But in public transportation, the traveler has no say.
We arrived into Kandy about 11:45. I watched the clock. Each minute caused anxiety. Would I make the 12:20 train? Would there be a seat? Tick, tock. 11:55. I saw familiar landmarks. We were close to the train station. But were we close to the bus station. Tick, tick. 12:02. I stood up. The ticket guy shook his ...
... the inside. We met some friendly people and arrived 7 hours later in Trincomalee. This is where I stayed for the next month.
I absolutely fell in love with Trinco. It is on the eastern coast which is less popular than the west and is still in its infancy where tourism is concerned. Beautiful beaches, temples, cute little town, lots of local restaurants and lovely people, who just laugh all the time. I didn't even ...
We had a long and very delayed train ride to Uppuveli but arrived to find our 2 favourite Swiss girls sunbathing on the beach. Yay!
Katy, Lucy and Rebecca had an amazing time snorkeling at pigeon island where we swam with 6ft
long black tipped reef sharks, a green turtle and fish impossibly bright and sometimes even neon!
We also did an intro ...