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... the long drive back to the ship. Our coach driver must have had a date or something for the evening because he overtook every "Tattat", bus, lorry car, tractor, horse, dog etc… that he came across. To add to the excitement we went through a rain storm on the way back that gave our driver even more opportunity for dare devil driving!
Needless to say we made good time getting back to the ship at about 16:30.
Ayubowan for now,
Sue and ...
... star the whole day. Remember, this girl hates cricket with a vengeance. Not only did she put up with being three hours early and the hanging around that entailed, she pointed out the England team bus to me on arrival, and was patient beyond the call of duty when the heavy rain just before start of play meant an hours delay to the start time.
England won the toss and fielded. I couldn't help thinking it was in the same vein ...
... I would love to come back here during April, the peak whale season. Blue whales are sometimes seen from boats, but it sounds like the biggest creature our planet has ever seen is too shy to make diving a possibility. Many sperm whales do however congregate here and there are many successful snorkel trips with these beasts in April. I think this would be an amazing place to do a dive course, staying in one of the bungalows on the beach. After a great month in Sri Lanka I took ...
... and told him, and he came right over and took me to the police station where I filed a report, and got a certificate which will make getting my I.d back easier. They said I will most likely never see my wallet again. Another small problem is that my visa expires Friday, and now I had no money because it costs $170.00. I frantically messaged my dad to see how I could get money sent to me now. We tried wiring it to ...
I am not quite sure what I was expecting of "afternoon tea", perhaps the London Savoy variety of the thing with quartered cucumber sandwiches, perhaps a clotted cream and a raspberry jam scone or two, all with a nice pot of Orange Pekoe. I certainly was not expecting what I saw which was a buffet on a scale to gladden the heart of even the most dedicated trencherman. It was a trulygargantuan spread and seemed to encompass just about ...