Induruwa Beach Resort
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... point in waiting to see if things are going to improve weather-wise. We are still coughing and spluttering and it has taken 3 days for Cathy's jeans to semi-dry despite ironing them for 1/2 hour in our tent the other night. IRONICALLY......we awake to bright sunshine! BUT we are pleased to be moving on as the accommodation (whilst OK's just about) is reminiscent of an elderly Aunt's bungalow in Hastings. A deal has been done to swap two nights at a Resort in Elkadua ...
... about in the heat. We were warned about guides and pick pockets but it was Saturday and not that busy, so difficult for them to get in close. I was aware of being watched, perhaps I was being over cautious. We visited a few spice shops, bought some that we thought we would get thru customs ok. The store keepers were happy to bag and label anything assuring us it would be ok! Yeah right! We wandered around to the Galle cricket oval to see if any cricket was being ...
... sat us down and asked what we wanted. Steve had a chicken curry but they wouldn't say the price which was an error on our part. Usually you pay about a 50p in total for a chicken curry in these places but as soon as they saw westerners they upped the price massively. We got into an argument with them and eventually agreed a much lower price. It's only cheap but it's annoying that they charge at least 8 times more so we stood ...
... we didnīt want to miss the Fort of Galle only because of the significant absence of energy. Hence, we decided to hire a tuk-tuk for 45 minutes and instructed him to take us around and show us the most important sites inside of the Fort. Thus, we managed to see the Dutch Reform Church and one more church of which name I donīt remember. We could also enter a museum that contained a large private collection of one single man. They tried to sell us some precious stones in many places, ...
... bunk buddies. James, much to the ladies that lived theres delight, kept forgetting that they were there and heading off to the toilet only to come scampering back in when he came face to face with them in the living room. From the window you could see the beach but since we arrived (and left) in darkness we can't really comment on Dehilawa as a place!
Our first night in bunkbeds...stage 1 of becoming official travellers!! ...