Deer Park Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... or spoons, but we managed with our hands and shards of papadums. After lunch we washed our hands in the stream of water between the jug and the bowl she brought around to us. Our host then sat on the ground and showed how palm leaves are woven to make roof and wall material. Our Tuk Tuk drivers arrived and we had taste of this mode of transport over rough back country roads. Wayne and I are contemplating buying a couple and doing a trip thru south east Asia ...
... behave normally. I do not get ignored for long that way. I also don’t get upset because this is very much a cultural thing anchored in people’s mind. I just hope that by our little behaviours here and there, we can slowly change their perception of the woman. Ironically, in every guesthouse we stayed when husband and wife were serving, it has always been her under control and simply getting the job done. Men usually were a lot more clueless and tended to stand ...
... We order 1 set for 2 persons, contained 4 pcs of chicken, 2 buriyani rice, 2 cups of pepsi, 2 chilli sauce and 2 pickles for 990 Rupees. This cost us 450 Rupees/person, taste really good and delicious. There was a mini market below the KFC, so we went there to buy water and soft drink for 155 Rupees. Some Sri Lankan people always staring at us, maybe because we look different from them. Well... sometimes people said that we come from China or Japan, ...
The following Monday, it was work as usual, but this week only for two days before I had more time off. I seem to have come to Sri Lanka at a time of a lot of public holidays, and so have had more time off than I had initially envisaged that I would have, which I suppose has its pros and cons. This week Sri Lankans celebrate the Vesak Poya Day, which marks the birth, enlightenment and death of the Buddha. I decided to take the opportunity to do some solo travelling and get ...
... people. Although I would say I have seen a few places in my life, before I went I still ignorantly pegged Sri Lanka as a smaller India. I had images of unrelenting traffic, unrelenting cows everywhere within the traffic and unrelenting hawkers within the traffic of cows and traffic! Yup, I had the impression it was going to be busy, just like India. This is a stereotype for sure, and I ...