Flower Garden Hotel
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... the jungle. Louise and Kathy shopped for gems and pampered themselves with reflexology and pedicures while Sam and I played in the surf. Day trips included a hike to nearby Jungle Beach and a tuk tuk to the Old Fort in Galle. We really enjoyed our stay in Unawatuna.
We did plan an outing to photograph this area's most iconic activity - Stilt Fishing. Poor fisherman developed a ...
... the waves lapping at our feet, to a large rock that jutted out into the ocean. There were steps leading up it, so we walked to the top and we were greeted with panoramic views of the beach. Unawatuna had been great, but on first impressions, Mirissa looked even better. We were about ready for some lunch, so we went back to the bar nearest our hotel, to see what it was like. It turned out that the food was good. We both had jaffles, a Sri Lankan toasted ...
... He was really quiet and alone so I was determined to get him to join in. We played catch with a balloon which he loved, and he even plucked up the courage to show me how he plays cricket (despite not having any cricket equiptment). I really grew fond of him in the few hours I spent with him. For this reason, I wish a fellow volunteer didn't have access to his file and tell me about it afterwards. The man had raped and murdered three women. How can you spend time with and ENJOY ...
... it. So we practiced daily, and soon got to the point where it was not necessary to get beat up to get through the waves, but always had to accept the inevitable fact that you would still be unloading a pile of sand from your suit at the end of the day.
At sunset, just before the candles were lit on those beachside dining tables, each restaurant would set out a broad assortment of sea food brought in from the fish ...
RQ A day of sightseeing and a bit of "look see" with our new friend Mr Gayan around the broader Galle area today, who picked us up promptly after a top breaky at Deco, and we headed off for our second day in Sri Lanka, an amazing place for sure. We first went to visit a Buddhist temple called Yatagala Raja Maha Virharaya, "the Temple in the Cave", a place where novices and monks have been practicing and learning for over 1,500 years, and there is even a Bodhi ...