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... no doubt) and it's a little busier but it's been a really good break. I know that sounds bad to say. As if I needed a break from my current life but I hope you know what I mean. Anyway, unless anything super exciting happens, in which case I'll add it on, I'll see you all in Bangkok. I'll see you all in Thailand.
The adventure continues. One more step along the world I go.
Until we meet again,
... saw fishermen hunting for a catch, mostly clams.
Met another fisherman when we moved into the mangroves.
In truth, the whole ride was very uneventful; only saw a couple of hawks / eagles and probably a monitor lizard. The motor on ...
... br> Anyway, it did the job, filled a hole and then we headed back to the guest house, finalised tomorrow's plans, got our blog up to date, starred out a gekko and chilled in the room ready for an early start to the airport tomorrow.
We have loved Sri Lanka, it's been such a great few weeks here and we have seen lots and done lots. We can't wait to get to Malaysia now to start the next adventure!!!!
... confused, in a beautiful large bedroom. My place is a room in a beautiful villa owned and run by two amazing local hosts. They were my first taste of the genuine hospitality and friendliness of the Sri Lankan people. I nibbled on some breakfast, and told them my tales, but could only manage a small sampling of the meal they prepared.
I set out on a bicycle to have a look around Negombo. A ramshackle little coast ...
... in this area are Tamil Muslims and the small streets we were trying to navigate so resembled parts of the Middle East. The roads were part-made at best and after several requests with the locals who did not speak our driver's language - Singhalese - we reached our destination, in the dark, a small property with only one other car parked outside. We could hear that it was right by the sea. But what would we ...