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... here but our drivers were concerned as it was now dark, so we opted for a walk around and drink at the Old Dutch Hospital which is now a vibrant restaurant, cafe and shopping precinct. It is also where two famous Sri Lankan cricketers have opened a now famous restaurant called The Ministry of Crab. Unfortunately there was not enough time to dine here as we were due back to the ship. The port authorities would not ...
... flour, treacle and other ingredients. It is oily and very sweet. Those with a sweet tooth would enjoy it. Unfortunately, I don't fancy sweet stuff much!
Scrumptious home-cooked spread by the gracious hosts. Everyone kept asking me if I could eat spicy food. Actually, I really adore spicy food and there's lots of spicy delicacies ...
... inside, despite it still being used as a church. The crystal chandeliers, as well as most everything else seemed to have a heavy coating of dust and grime. After leaving the church, within just a couple minutes, we passed a mosque and a Hindu temple, demonstrating the diversity found here. Next on our itinerary was the New City Hall. It looked much like the US Capitol Building with its white dome, but was situated across the street from a park featuring a large ...
... no mean feat. Theatrically, he settles the kids into their seats and the hands us a dog-eared grubby piece of A4. It has some details of a deaf school roughly photocopied onto it, with (surprise!) a list of donations - none of them below 2000 rupees - that he has collected. For some financial perspective, the four tickets to Kandy cost us less than 800 rupees. He got 100 rupees and when he started sign-complaining, a flea in his useless ear.
We have caught the slow ...
Arriving in Colombo airport (which is actually in Negombo, not Colombo, just to confuse matters) I was greeted with a sea of mobile phone providers telling me that they had the best deal to offer me. More out of exhaustion and lack of caring than logic, I went for a 30 day sim with Hutch for $7 (900 SKR I think), which can be used for calling/texting home and Sri Lanka, along with 1GB internet (which I can't use on my super basic Nokia!) I was ...