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... and we soon realised our feet were covered in baby leeches! Brushing them off quickly we hurried back before the impending train to our waiting tuk tuk. Only then did mum realise that hidden under her sandal strap a bigger one had taken hold and drawn blood. It was ironic as mum had read out a warning about them from the rough guide when we were nearer the coast. For dinner we wandered down into the village of Ella to eat beef and veg kotthu, ...
... been aching to watch. I haven't seen the deceptive creativity of Willie Le Roux since Henry Honiball. Second, and just as entertaining to watch, was the impromptu beach photo shoot Katie suddenly found herself in with a bunch of starstruck Sri Lankan's. They tentatively hung around us until one of them plucked up the courage to ask for a picture with her. Open gates. Soon there was a line of twenty people waiting for a piece of the action. Babies, children, ...
... It was like ripping the bandaid off and soon we were safely down resting comfortably in front of a snake charmer and his cobra. We continued on after the trip seeing with elephants and had morning tea at a place T likes called the Gunners club, right up my ally, visited some ruins and headed bach to Dambulla. By this time T could see we were over steps so he drove up the stairs to the temple. It was an ancient temple carved in the mountain covered head to toe in paintings over ...
... some pieces of cinnamon stick
1 tbsp coconut vinegar (or any other vinegar)
1 tsp tumeric
2 tsp soy sauce
1 tsp salt
Heat some oil, add curry leaves, onion, garlic, chilli. Fry on a low heat for 10 minutes.
Add remaining ingredients and cook on a low heat for around an hour, until reduced and really tasty!
1/2 red onion sliced
few pieces of rampa (flat green leaves)
500g garlic, whole
1/2 tstp ...
Time has passed so putting a few together. In Kandy we saw the Temple of the tooth in the eve then went for dinner. Drive there was interesting with a stop at a Spice garden where we had a wonderful lunch & tour around the garden. Next day we went to a tea factory which was pretty basic compared to the one we saw in Malaysia. In evening we watched some traditional dancing & a bit of fire walking. Next morning early ...