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Today's ride takes us via the Galle and the Old Fort to Koggala. Our ride starts us through Bentota where there has been a little civil unrest between the Muslims and the Sinhalese, so a noticeable build up of military is evident. It is an unusual sight (for us anyway) to see camo clad guys holding AKs. The unrest started, and quelled quickly …
... I went to get some "breakfast", though it was now pushing on for midday. We ended up in a place called Indian Hut (complete with Pizza Hut style logo), which passed by in a blur. I think they did a passable curry but I was really struggling to hold myself together. There was still only one real answer - I went back to bed.
Later on, as I was gradually starting to feel like a real person again, Kim ...
... On the train I bumped into Richard from Tissa, which was great. At Colombo I said goodbye to him and met up with Mr Karu who was there looking for tourists at the main station. I said goodbye to him and also thanked him.
The train journey to Negombo was long laborious and delayed. I met a Taiwanese guy called Kevin and a French family, and three hours later we completed the 60 Km journey and arrived at the seaside town of Negombo, thirty mins from the international ...
... do something active so we take a short walk down the beach, past the lagoon, snapping photos. With dusk approaching we make our way back to our hotel for some cocktails. Looking out over the beach and across the Indian Ocean, we notice that it's getting darker faster than normal. In the far distance we start to hear the rumbling sound of thunder. As the winds pick up we decide to order ...
... approach for a wee clap. ‘Hello madam’, ‘Where are you going?’, ‘Which country?’, ‘Your name?’, ‘Your first time Sri Lanka?’, ‘How long you stay?’ and ALL of this in the 30 seconds it takes you to pass, many I stop to talk to but others it’s just a nod or hello in passing, it would be too much otherwise.
I have walked the length of this beach from the harbour which is teaming with the ...