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... Now, the journey back did not turn out as planned. Our train arrived, and strangely departed, early. Another passed as we waited at a station further down the line. After too long a while we realised we had been impatient and boarded the wrong train! Back to where we'd come from we now trundelled! After 3 hours, 2 hideous bus journeys, a good soaking and a (relatively) expensive tuc tuc ride we were home. So, no lovely views for Vic ...
... jaundice and pallor”. Typically the Sri Lankan students answer
with direct quotation from Robbins textbook of pathology and the elective
students find a way to deflect. Radiographs come on acetate in large brown
envelopes bearing the radiologist’s scrawling interpretation. The doctors have
long-sleeved, tight-fitting, perfectly ironed shirts with matching ties and not
even the hint of a sweat patch despite the temperature and the ...
April 14, 2015
SIGIRIYA to NUWARA ELIYA
New Tour Inn 7500Rs for the worst room in the place, Rm 102. Stuffy & Damp
Sinhalese New Year
Dave has gotten earnestly serious about our tax preparation (it's due tomorrow) and spent the necessary time tracking the necessary paperwork. Another reason good wifi is important. Last night, until late, he made a lot of ...
... from the colonial days and one place we would particularly recommend for a beer is the Royal Bar and Hotel. Very well maintained with lots of old posters from the Ceylon days. The upstairs bar is particularly pleasant with old pictures of a very young Queen from coronation times at each end of the bar, gently whirring ceiling fans, jazz music quietly in the background, chilled glass awaiting your cold beer ... ... Very enjoyable few ...
... non spicy, Chinese food to give our tummys a rest! The tuk tuk driver we paid to take up back to our hostel was careering up the bumpy, pot hole ridden path - at one particularly steep and slippery section he had to reverse up full speed which got the heart rate going, at the end we thought he thoroughly deserved the 200 rupees and Paul even shook his hand, which made the driver beam with delight! Early night now ready for a 5.30am start for trekking.