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Jody's Uncle Ray (hello Ray) is a lyricist and is working with a young talent in Sri Lanka named Sheaam Deen. We had promised to look him up whilst we were here so Jody rang him to see if he was free at any time.
He said he was performing that night and did we want to come along? ...
... opportunities. I had an amazing time here, the family was very friendly and helpful and the home cooked meals were amazing, it was very sad that there was money missing out of both me and Jerome’s wallets when we left. We did not want to believe that one of our hosts took the 4000 LKR ($30), but can unfortunately not imagine another scenario. From Hatton we went to Kandy by bus and stayed in the Sri Lanka Hostels, nice, clean backpackers with a dormitory and thus a ...
... sup> of May, 19 of us from Bangalore boarded Srilankan Airlines flight UL172 to Rome via Colombo. In transit between flights I look around to see Jacob (a friend of Ann’s) wandering around with a beer in his hand. My brother John is at a cafe munching on a sandwich and my cousin Nicky is desperately looking for a Burger King. Mahesh Iyer (he knew my dad before I did) points out that Mumbai didn’t deserve a place in the IPL playoffs after their defeat to Chennai and ...
... Locals walk through the carts every few minutes selling various "short eats" and drinks. One of the advantages of being in third class over second or first is you get all the snacks at local fare not tourist price. The buses are not like those of every other country, picture a battered OC transport bus as crowded as the 95 during rush hour, now add no AC no seats double the amount of people and add blaring Indian music. These bus rides have become quite ...
on the deck of the ship, we see Colombo spread before us. It is a
fascinating blend of the old and the new, with colonial buildings
and lively bazaars juxtaposed with commercial high-rise buildings and
hotels. It is the largest city in Sri Lanka. It is tropical, noisy,
frenetic and crowded.
met our guide for our full day City tour at the Grand Oriental Hotel.
She said that it is easy to ...