Hotel Hibiscus Beach
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... was partly run by a girl guide leader from the States, and it was a topic I feel confident talking about and voicing my opinion. This left me having to decide at the end of the day what to do the next day, as now we could choose the next session. I was keen to stay in the sport session, and another bonus was that there weren't many people in it, which is a shame as so many people just don't seem to realise how important sport can be in improving just about every skill, ...
After a quick spot of breakfast at the hostel, we got a Tuk Tuk to Negombo train station. The Tuk Tuk driver told me that my beard made me look like a Muslim, which I could add to the fact that I was called Australian, German and Czech (?!) the day before. We arrived at Negombo station at around 10 am, to catch the 10:28 train to Colombo. Buying a ticket was an absolute doddle and cost us 20p for a 40km journey! Though it was scheduled to take 90mins and would end ...
... that is just me.
I got the lovely horizon / perspective rail track shot you can see and it has put me in mind of something I have wanted to do for a very long time. You know the shots you see in films where the train runs over the camera and you see the bottom of it as it passes? I have always wanted to do that. Don't panic, I will do it well in advance and then edit to save memory. Trust me, I am not going to get myself damaged diving out of the way of ...
... slightly grubby as I always do after two long flights despite a brief feshen up on the plane, and I literally had the clothes I stood up in which were getting a bit ripe. I was going to let rip at the young lady but what was the point? It's not her fault and she must have one of the worst jobs in the world listening to people like me screaming at her all day. Thankfully, I had all my important stuff in my carry-on and I knew I could buy whatever I needed ...
... Sri Lanka but we did get to see a rubber tree and workers slashing the tree to extract the very white rubber which was interesting to see (see pic). We also saw some Pineapples growing - I had always imagined they were from trees so it was really strange to see them popping out of the ground like a cauliflower. On the way back to the hotel, I was walking near the edge of the path to get a photo ...