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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 ...
... normal as she had been ill so was finding them loud, which they weren't really being, but we got around this and she made sure that all the pictures had their names on. They also really like singing here, so more songs. Swimming again went really well in the afternoon some of the kids had been there Tuesday as well and whilst we waiting for the start time and they were in the pool t they were trying to practice, which is always good to see. ...
... load more sarongs (which she did), Our final stop was the sea side Fort of Galle (Gawl). In 1500's the Portuguese built a small Fort and in 1600's the Dutch destroyed it and built a Dutch fort - still well preserved today. It reminded me a lot of Cartagena in Colombia and a bit of Havana. Within the walled town there are lots of little cafes and galleries and souvenir shops along with over 400 houses, churches, temples, mosques and government buildings. We went into ...
... find the maritime museum at the fort, unfortunately it was apparently shut (as it was the previous day) so after a little shopping (post cards) we ended up in Mama's roof top restaurant for beers at about 15:30! It was tipping with rain - so not too much fun sight seeing. Great conversation and laughs and photos! After a couple of Lion beers and chips we headed to Unawatuna beach, and the Lucky Tuna bar and restaurant. No one else seemed to want to swim, it ...
... move it giant shell across the sand and into the water. It leaves behind a massive track. Once the turtle is gone the crowd quickly disperses too. Only us and another couple are left on the moon lit beach. The local guide befriends us and say he's just started his shift. He will be here until 2am when the next shift starts. We enjoy the peace and quiet of the beach and the sound of crashing waves. We take a wonder along the beach waiting patiently just in case something ...