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- Drycleaning onsite
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... at Udawalawe, home to a National Park famous for it’s elephant population. Kier has chosen this for his birthday treat and we are hopeful of a good day. The accommodation is not quite what was advertised, but the kids are happy, and after a ‘Dad Walk’ I realise this is what is important. So we settle in and the staff prove to be very friendly and accommodating, helping to give The Kid a memorable day. When we explained he enjoyed fishing they even made some rods ...
... The gift shop, poorer. The food was only fair. The two best things about the ship were the excellent wait staff and our suite. We had a king sized bed, a refrigerator, a small balcony with sliding doors leading out to it, a large bathroom with tub and a sitting area. Thank goodness for the comfort as the deck area was often time too hot and humid to really enjoy for much time.
... vehicle, longer beep if need another vehicle or person to move slightly so you can continue at the same pace and longer beep repeatedly if you are about to hit someone or something.
All that being said somehow no one seems to get angry or hit each other's vehicles or pedestrians so it seems to work just fine.
I got to my room and just as I was getting myself straight another lady came in, Jennifer. Jennifer is a retired British lady living in another part of ...
... to the sunrise over the ocean while hearing the Islamic "call to prayer"...so beautiful! and visiting tons of stunning Buddhist Temples/Archeological sites.
Next stop is Chennai to visit our good friend Pandit Baskaran and his family for two days. Then off to the Andaman Islands for a week of diving and exploring whatever else the place has to offer.
... we banded around ideas for the last fortnight of our trip, with Jordan the early favourite, until we discovered how expensive it would be to go to Petra. Malaysia was also a front runner, having enjoyed it so much last time. Despite it being the wrong direction, flying home via KL was ludicrously cheap. However, nothing was really jumping out at us (no matter how good they all sounded), we hoped that something would come up that just felt ...