Hotel Goldi Sands
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... all afternoon. We pay very little for our room which is again in someone's house. The lady is really nice and brings us a small plate of fried rice and two bananas out of the blue at night.
We also stumbled on a small kitten crying in the rain, we looked around... no mummy. Since it was an open area, we thought some people had just dumped it there so we took it inside our room for some warmth and cuddles. About ...
... members by being away. It's funny how things work out sometimes.
keep in mind I have been traveling without an end date and well beyond my original plan so supplies are starting to run low or more accurately non existent. I left my travel towel in Hanoi Vietnam (start of December) and have been unable to find a suitable replacement other than a sarong that also doubles as beach towel, shawl and blanket. Most guest houses don't provide towels or sheets and I've ...
... to get to this Museum for days and I eventually did. It nearly broke my heart. A country with such a railway history as this should have a brilliant Railway Museum as they must have untold amounts of artefacts to display. It is not good, in fact it is pathetic. Yesterday I passed a monstrous Convention Centre basically in the middle of nowhere that was built purely for last year's (2013) Commonwealth Heads of Government Conference. Chances are it will ...
... experience of Sri Lankan railways and readers of my Virtual Tourist pages and previous blogs will know that I love railways.
I was directed to the correct platform and paused on the footbridge to take a few photos and just savour the atmosphere. This actually proved to be a mistake as I just missed my train and the next one was not for some time so I decided on another wander round to pass the time. Not far from the station ...
... be unbelievable, but it ****** it down the whole four hours we were there and we could see the square root of **** all!
The next day we headed off to Ritigala which is a forest monastery. The forest monastery was only discovered in 1872 as its buried within the forest. What the tourist brochures forget to tell you is that firstly the bus drops you off 10km away from Ritigala and you're meant to walk the rest of the way!
There was no chance of Abby and I walking ...