Hotel Moon Beam
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... given that our train left in ten minutes and we were yet to pay for our room. Did I also mention that it was 5am and I was hungover? Leaving a vaguely equivalent amount of USD, we more or less ran to the train station, where I was violently ill. Ohhh why was I so hungover, today of all days!? The journey to Colombo was hell, and I tried to nap for a lot of it... Poor Paul, on our last day together! We got a tuk tuk from the station to the airport, and tried to check ...
This morning began really early at 3:00. Seven of us volunteers were picked up by taxi and brought to the train station. We traveled for 5 hours, and it was pertty uncomfortable, but the sunrise and views of fog covered mountains was amazing. Then we had to change trains in Colombo, the capital city, and then spend two hours heading east down the coast, so close to the ...
... you can sit with your feet in the sand sipping on mojitos while watching the sun go down, or enjoy candle lit dinners. Of course we did both, making it a very special and relaxing way to get old. ;) Mirissa is said to be one of the best places in the world to see blue whales, so we went whale watching one day and were lucky enough to see 8 or 9 blue whales. These things were enormous! Seeing the first two that we came across was quite ...
... well known for water sports like swimming, surfing and many more as
there is no dangerous shelving there. The shallow water make you feel to
walk far from the beach. But I am not recommending anyone to go far in
the sea as there is so many sand to rest and walk.
To get this place
from the airport you can hire a taxi or use public transport. If you
hire a taxi it will cost you around LKR 10000 to 15000. By public ...
... sitting on the top of the poles sunk into the sea floor and fishing for small fish to both feed their families and to make a living. It makes for very photogenic images, though now it's accompanied by requests for money from photographers (they're obviously canny businessmen too!). While we've always been against paying for photos on principle, but we found this really old wizened guy on a pole, took some great snaps and we gave him a bit of money. He so looked the ...