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Travel Blogs from Ahangama
... settled myself in my room, took a shower after the journey and packed my essentials for exploring Mirissa I went to see the beach. I had to walk for about 5 minutes and when I got there I was really impressed. The beach wasn't too big nor overcrowded but there was much more tourists that in any other place I had visited in Sri Lanka by that point. There were also small bars/restaurants on the beach where you could grab a bite or have a drink. Usually both! The sand was very soft ...
... and pointed me down a lane in the right direction, there are no signs and no way I would have found it otherwise, everyone just wants to help. On the way a fisherman joins me, he has a thin bamboo rod in his hand and is heading to the rocks. The rod is very long and very narrow at the end and he uses just a tiny hook but I can’t communicate enough to gather what kind of fish he’s going for or the bait he’s using. The blow hole is impressive, it sounds ...
... off the beach
which they perch on and fish from. Originally
this was because they were too poor to have boats. They actually pass the post down through
generations and treat the fishing spots as prime real estate. James
and I did not get to take any photos of these men because they were not fishing
in this season. Nowadays many of the
fishermen make money off tourists by posing for pictures but alas no ...
... steep afternoon walk up "lttle Adams Peak" for more panoramic sights. In the evening we party it up at a local restaurnant drinking delicious Lion Lager and munching on a vegetarian pizza and some chocolate banana pancakes. I am afraid to weigh myself! Today and tomorrow will be "beach" days. After that we end up in the capital of Colombo on Thursday and say goodbye to our fun group by noon on Friday. Then I go to the airport and fly to Bangalore, India!!
... just as good. The children seemed to enjoy it and I tried to vary the game slightly by having two piggies and then by encouraging them to all move about when trying to pass (I guess in a way like the game I had initially tried to play). Eddi popped out and commented that the children never usually make this much noise and that that was a good thing. This made me happy as I was worried they wouldn't like my ...
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