Hunas Falls by Amaya
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- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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The last few days working at the home have been so very humbling. If you can not give of yourself freely then it is best not to be here as the kids and adults will feel it.. It is hard not to cringe when a child or adult reaches out for the comfort of your hand and you know it is not clean. It is hard not to cringe when they offer a cheek for a kiss and you wonder if lice really can jump and what distance. It is hard not to to cringe when the water you step into ...
... and papadums. All delicious. The head monk is a warm and funny man. In Sri Lanka when a person says yes or no there is a certain bob to the head.. Our monk literally looks like a bauble head doll..he names all the dishes and we have to repeat the words in Singales. ..no sooner are they out our mouth then we forget them.. We have been really pleased with our projects as it is organized and no waiting around. ...
... were taken to "Fashion City" which was sort of like a seven story DFO. Did some of the boys come to light in there! -particularly the 3186 set. I passed Sammy HK carrying about five shirts; "There's actually some really good bargains here, Sir!" I feel he might be his mother's son, Greg! We started the 4 hour drive back to Kandy and we stopped about half way for a team dinner of Pizza Hut. We only have home made pizza in our house and I forgot to ask for the thin base ...
... train derailed! No one was injured, it just me at we had to walk into the next station, probably 4-5 kms through high grasses and rocky cliffs, we were not dressed for hiking!! Anyway we arrived at our accommodation by 9 pm and was greeted with a four course meal. It was the most amazing meal, but we were all too tired to enjoy it. We slept like angels - more ...
... bought out a massive Python and wrapped it round Paul's shoulders and then added a smaller one to the fray, with snakes everywhere I snapped a few shots of Paul and we headed back to the car park to meet our tuk tuk driver. On the way back we stopped for some Sri Lankan lunch - beetroot curry, banana bread curry and dhaal with rice and popadoms, delicious. In the evening we took a walk around town, shared a pizza and went back to No26D to shower and pack our bags ready for tomorrow.