Full Moon Garden Hotel
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... wont let us leave until we see it so we wait ......we waited till 5.30 pm then talked him into leaving. hot and tired it was fun, but it was also a test of endurance we went into town for a traditional dinner then early to bed. im not keen on the beds, the sheets are too short and the room is slightly grotty. oh well tomorrow we head off to a place called Talalla, its in the lonely planet book as a bit of an ...
... Jo realised that this was because you must not ‘turn your back to a Buddha’. We managed a photo without similar difficulties though neither of us
was in it.
Next stop was an Art and Craft Centre which we understand is one of Sri Lanka’s main exports. The items, fabrics, batiks, wood carving, jewellery and paintings were beautiful and of a very high standard.
We moved on to a Buddhist temple having ...
... Sri Lankans coming and going but there was never any pressure on us to leave. There was even a wedding party having photographs taken and rather stupidly I missed the opportunity for what would have made a fine VT flag photo but there have been other chances since. The only other Caucasians I saw came in much later and were presumably hotel guests as service had finished by then. I do like that when I travel, being the
only "white man" in ...
The program here in Colombo has finally taken a turn for the better. We now have all our projects lined up. Twice a week ill be working in a preschool, twice a week ill be working in a slum hospital, and one day a week ill be working in a disabled orphanage. The programs here are alot more for self-starters. In Kandy we were always assigned tasks, but now we just help out where is needed most, and I think this way is more beneficial. Yesterday ...
... excited for this food... When we got it, we were each given a banana leaf containing about a 5cm squared block of rice, a slice of cucumber and a piece of curried fish. It was tasty but it was about big enough for a mouse! Such a shame - but you have to laugh - typical Sri Lanka!
I ended up running to the local shop afterwards and gorging on biscuits..
This morning, I taught my last ever class at Koswatta (the older guys, ex navy). I love them SO much they're just so funny ...