Hotel Diviyum Manor
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... of the island which suffered quite badly in the 2008 Tsunami. The result of the tsunami was extra lake land with crumbled shells of houses in the middle. The result for us was a visual indication of how devastating that event must have been and how it may still be affecting people on the island.
Arriving at Wadoor jetty, we managed to swap our plastic bottles for drink containers with no problem and boarded our boat. After our 45 minute drive, we were not expecting the ...
... at a storefront office, taking our immigration papers and telling us to wait in the car. Upon returning with another piece of paper in his hand he jumped behind the wheel and worked his way through traffic, all the while working his phone as I kept an eye on my watch. Finally he stopped near the waterfront just as a motorbike pulled up beside us. Two guys approached on foot. Our driver handed them our bags, pointed us toward the ferry landing, said "Hurry!" and jumped ...
... we need some munchies. We've already cleaned them out of ready salted crisps. Fortunately they have a few packets of salt and pepper flavour as we don't like any of the various curry varieties. I'd kill for a milk shake drink but they have none. Buttermilk, suggests the lady shopkeeper? I take one to try and will come back for more later if it tastes nice. Back at our room we wash our kit and hang it out to dry. We need to get it sorted as we'll be ...
... say. He gets out, picks up the bottle from the pavement and chucks it into the sunken stream beside it. Out of sight, out of mind?
We speed on past the airport and on into the countryside. We pass over several rattling metal bridges and have one very near miss with an articulated lorry on the way. I am praying that this won't be another dive as we have the next ten days booked here. Finally we pull up at Auguma Resort which is a village of holiday bungalows ...
... it out of my pocket and put it under my pillow to avoid just that possibility of someone getting it through the bamboo sides of the hut while I was sleeping. So I went back to the place where I slept last night and inquired with the attendant/owner. He told me that the place had already been rented to other people, that they were presently out and that before new people move in they normally changed the sheets etc... which I seriously doubt. I told him I would return later and ...