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 ...
... a shower. Returned to the restaurant for a continental breakfast - with a Sri Lankan omelette! We packed and were back in the lobby waiting for the driver to arrive (we met a guy yesterday while walking to the Post Office and organised for him to take us to Unawatuna). He duly arrive in a very new Toyota Hi-Ace van, complete with air-conditioning. We confirmed the price of LKR 5,000 and informed our driver we would need to stop for a couple of hours in Marissa ...
... we have been, they have all been great hosts and made us feel welcome. Another first was eating rice with my hands. I always wondered why DJ used his hands to eat rice and sauce. Initially there was no cutlery so I tucked in, although I soon realised everyone was laughing at me as I was using both hands. Apparently we are supposed only use our right hand as they use their left hand in the toilet (what ever that means). ...
... from another site which I found technical difficulties with but at least on that site I was not subjected to any of the opinionated negativity I have been subject to here. Nor do I wish personal friends to have to waste their time defending my writing style which I am happy with and so I shall not be continuing this blog any further. Frankly, I do not spend time putting entries together just to be told by someone I have never eve met that I waffle too much and should take ...
... sitting in his famous crouching tiger hidden dragon pose upon a row of lotus leaves. Joking aside this place was breathtaking. Within the statue itself was a graphical representation of the creation of Buddha followed by his teachings and beliefs as well as his role in current events such as the tsunami. Pretty much a pop-up bible for Buddhists. Which, as we saw while we were there, ...