Coral Sands Hotel
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... later according to my phone. (but I am not sure how it knew that because my data is not on, and it is in airplane mode). Whatever.
I am finally settled in for the night, first day in Sri Lanka! We are staying at the Coral Rock hotel in Hikkaduwa, which has an amazing view of the ocean right from our balcony. We can see boats, the sunset, and I am literally hearing the ocean break at my window right now before I nuzzle off to bed. It is ...
We wake up to the sound of the sea, despite our room not quite looking over it. We head for breakfast- I choose pancakes. I love pancakes so being able to have them every day for breakfast is perfect. It appears most of the other guest have been up for hours and are relaxing by the beach (did I mention the hotel has it's own beach). Amy and me decide to take a trip to the famous BAtik ...
... last guesthouse.
The bride even allowed me to kick the budget up $5 so I could have aircon. Thank you dear :-)
I am trying to upload photos but they seem to go back to the first entry so you may have to look there for my ordinary pics.
The anti inflammatories are kicking in (nothing to do with the Wild turkey) so I may have to crawl off the bed and seek some Curry in a Hurry.
Hopefully tomoz the back will be out of spasm and I can enjoy the place.
... he told us a few helpful tips about Galle and where to get the bus if we needed it. He then insisted he shows us the craftsman at work just down the road. He seemed quite genuine and friendly so we followed him through the back roads to a local factory and shop. There we saw old woman hand making lace and batik (a printing method using wax) where we were then guided into a shop containing all of their produce. Not wanting to buy and lace doily or a printed ...
... one o'clock!' Was quite far away even so I could see the sheer size of these amazing mammals. Once they dove down (showing off their tails whilst doing so) we then waited 10 to 15 mins till the next time they come up for air. I then had an omelette sandwich and by the time I finished the second blue whale was spotted 'six o'clock!' This time closer. I could see the spray from the blowhole. Whilst raja was really good at given the whales space the other boats were speeding up ...