Hotel Goodwood Plaza
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· Albert Einstein, (Smart Guy),
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· Malani’s Mum,
· Peter O’Toole (from Lawrence of Arabia fame), and several others.
Computers, mobile phones, the washing machine, Record Player and Car were the devices discussed over a long dinner breaking bread.
... their antics were amusing, chasing each other around the dining area, across the umbrella and into the trees. After breakfast we booked in for a massage and set about making arrangement for the next part of our trip. As we sat on the patio the heavens opened and steady rain set in. Water pored down the chain drains, into the urns capping the drains. No wonder this place is so lush. The hotel offered a car and driver at an exorbitant rate. We got on line and arranged for a van ...
We arrived in Colombo a few days earlier than expected to get Dean's ear infection checked out again before we flew. We found some good accommodation which was actually across the road from a more westernised private hospital. Thankfully it's getting better and we got the go ahead to fly. While we were in Colombo there was a Buddhist religious holiday called Poya Day. It was a public holiday for Sri Lankan people so many shops were closed and people were ...
... real strong. I then maneuvered my way through the busiest bus station I have seen so far and headed to my final destination. I arrived in negumbo and found it almost impossible to move because of the sheer density of people. Turns out it was election day. Once again pre planning would have come in handy, but apparently that just isn't the way I roll anymore. I headed back to the hostel that Dan and I had stayed at a few Weeks earlier on my first night in Sri Lanka. It ...
My month in Sri Lanka has gone way too quickly & I can't believe I'm back at the airport again already. I wish I was staying here longer & definitely want to come back.
For my volunteering I taught monks at the temple for 2 hours in the morning and in the afternoon I went to the Tsunami school helping out with the younger class, then headed to the new project teaching the most advanced class (Tom took over ...