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... wasn't great today, with some cloud and haze obstructing the full viewing potential from this point. I follow the trail a little longer before arriving at "The Worlds End". The drop off is exponentially greater than Small Worlds End, measuring in at 1200 meters. That's a long way down! So, I sit on the edge, to see what "The Worlds End" looks like in Sri Lanka... It doesn't look like an end I want to meet, but it doesn't look bad.. A steep gorge like ...
... tablemates. The four of us talked until sunset, enjoying the unseasonably warm weather and the lovely surroundings. It turns out the couple own a restaurant in Ninove, outside Brussels, called Carte Blanche- and we are heading to Belgium in the fall, so a visit to this Belgian Master Chef's kitchen is in our future.
Later in the evening, we had whiskeys in our hotel's mahogany bar to finish off a wonderful, though atypical, Sri Lankan day.
... luxury cars and massive diesel vehicles like buses and delivery trucks... And the roads aren't wide. It took an hour and a half to reach the bus station and I already knew the quintessential train journey to the beach in Sri Lanka was out of the question. Hmm. Needing a contingency plan was not in my consciousness in my 'detailed' planning of this adventure... But things always work out right? So with all my traveler wisdom(?), I developed a plan to take to ...
... to last time. Due to the Vesak Poya it was very busy, but seemed to have a more friendly vibe this time so I quite happily walked by myself. It was lovely to see all the lights even if I had missed the celebrations and parades, the others did see some and said that the elephants all dressed up looked fairly sad, and that we had seen some better performances last week. We had planned to go back to Slightly Chilled restaurant but arrived and it was shut, so we found a ...
... are out side the town and there is a plethora of taxi and tuk tuk drivers wanting to take you there. We explored the immediate area first and discovered the police station where we learnt the cops do 14 hour shifts 5 days a week, we found a vet clinic (first one I've seen on my trip-the Sri Lankan people seem to care for their animals, pets have collars and strays are fed by locals) and a local cricket match (they love their cricket ...
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