Hotel Hibiscus Beach
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... out in the lounge area outside our room, where the internet was better, watching the comings and goings of our neighbour. Roz quickly decided he was involved in slavery at the very least. When I asked him he told me he was from Bangladesh but had a perfume shop in Kuwait and he was on business in Sri Lanka buying stock. Roz would have none of this. Another storm, less dramatic but just as wet developed in the afternoon. All this rain is a bit of a novelty to ...
We arrived early in the morning but we were all like zombies after a sleepless night on the plane so we all slept for a few hours.
We woke rather late and after we had got ourselves sorted and settled we walked down to the beach even though it was getting dark - you can't be near the sea and then not look at it!
The beach had lots of nice looking bars and restaurants along it so we found a ...
... they all seemed happy that they have somewhere. Generally it was fairly clean as well. We had the girls from the other Homestay over at ours for dinner tonight, was delicious and is nice to go round to each other's houses, we do all get on really well anyway. We also had to do a bit more lesson planning, which mainly included drawing space objects then cutting them out, as we are going to to get the kids at the special needs school to colour them in ...
I have been now, In kandy for 5 days, but I have not worked yet because I have been sick. Yesterday I went to the doctor it turns out I have a stomach infection and dehydration. Now i have medicine so feel alot better. Hopefully I can go to my project tommorow! In the mornings I hope to teach life skills in a disabled school, and in the afternoon I go to disabled orphanage. Working with disabled is what I enjoy doing the most here. Before I left for Sri Lanka, ...
... is too difficult to re-brand or the use of the old term implies being long-established or whatever but it is certainly noticeable.
This area is pretty swanky and I passed another couple of hotels that looked way out of my budget when I came on another strange thing namely a lighthouse that was completely obscured from the seaward side by tall buildings. How very odd so back again to VT for an explanation.