Full Moon Garden Hotel
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... the first trip, then return for us. They headed off. We waited over 45 minutes and decided to make our own way, back to the hotel, via a shop near the Australian Embassy. The TukTuk driver was not sure but after asking someone along the way managed to take us to 'Masterpieces'. Some interesting larger pieces of further, particularly a large solid wood coffee table that was just being unloaded. After that we asked the driver if he knew where Odel was, Hotel?, no Odel, yes Odel, I ...
... in the projects and are proving to be very helpful in translating into Singala when it's needed. That afternoon was my last swimming session which is my favourite project so I felt quite sad, even the coach looked a bit upset when I said I was going home. The kids probably won't have to work quite as hard now! There wasn't too many of them, think partly as some afternoons it had been monsoon again this meant it was a lot ...
Another lovely day and breakfast in the Orangery then up on deck just around 9 o'clock with temps about 29C. Apparently we entered the pirate area around 6 am, still haven't seen the ex SAS men which got me thinking, if we see them and take their photos will their faces be pixelated? ;-) Going to be a relaxing day at sea today, will probably end up in the shade of the prom deck later on as the temps peak. In the ...
... chance to fit in. On my second weekend a group of us went to Kandy, the trip included riding elephants (see my awesome cover photo on Facebook!), visiting a herb & spice garden, the temple of the tooth and a tea factory, and seeing the traditional Kandy dancers and fire walkers. The weekend after a few of us went to Mirissa & I went whale/dolphin watching, which was awesome! I think this was my favourite weekend, ...
... at least I knew which direction I was walking by then!
Just a quick finishing note here to explain the last image of the rather smug looking young man on the poster. I have noticed here that there appears to be a great regard for the British academic system from school right through University and I have seen numerous posters advertising courses sponsored or run by UK universities. Perhaps, even post-colonially, the Sri Lankans like to hold onto a bit of the old ways.