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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in all their glory. To my dissapointment we continued to keep driving the tuk tuk driver barely batting an eyelid (all the tuk tuk drivers are normally so adamant to stop along the way so they can earn themselves a decent tip). I just sat there in hope that when we drove through Weligama there would be more stilt fisherman for us to stop and marvel at. However this was not the case as ...
... natural habitat. The park stretches over some nearly 31,000 hectares, so although we hoped to see a leopard we knew the chances were slim! We saw lots of groups of elephants, both sole males and groups of females and their calves. Amazingly beautiful and graceful creatures. We would park the jeep aNd let them wander about it, munching their way past us on the dry grasses and green bush tips. Although they knew we were there, they ...
... I am getting on, you can have a look here.
Therefore, on another fine morning, I got a tuktuk off to the Fort Station to catch the Coast Line train South. Yes, I could have got the bus or train but i just didn't fancy it whilst humping the luggage. Ticket purchased, I waited on platform 5 (I knew this was my platform by now) to await the arrival of the train. There was a bit of luck involved in this. I had gone into ...
... our lonely planet book map & arrived at mango house only to find it closed. Fortunately another recommended place was just round the corner - Frangipani Motel!
Once we had sorted a room we heading into the town for a wonder round & had an amazing chocolate milkshake at Seredipity Arts Cafe!
This evening we ate at Mamas Roof Top Cafe - both of us had a Sri Lankan curry. It was amazing and all for only £5 each including drinks! ...
... tough! The beaches are covered in shells and I found a Cowrie Shell, which I have always liked. After 20 minutes I had over 30 so gave up picking them up as they were everywhere.
Woke up this morning in a good mood as I have decided that I am going to watch the first ODI between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. The guy running the guest house tells me it is about 2.5 hours by bus. He gives me written directions in Sinhalese in case I ...