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... and headed to the police station so Nai could report her phone to claim on her insurance. We went to the police station closest to our current location, that should be fine right? But upon speaking to the big dawg, chief of police, all he was concerned with was why we had chosen to come to 'his' police station. Paranoid much? He sent us to a Mt. Lavinia police station and Nai had to write her own police report, and then they merely stamped ...
... Sri Lanka was his last stop. We went for dinner with him and an English Indian lady. It was really enjoyable and we talked about previous relationships and funny stories. We went to mount Breeze, our favourite restaurant from our last visit. We then sat in the communal area in the hostel before going to bed. The power cut out just before bed, which mean the fan wasn't working in the room. Disaster, not another boiling night. But after around 30 minutes it came back on, all is ...
... is hanging off the coaches, there must have been a very dipped joint outside the hotel because every train rattled loudly as it crossed it!
Me and Boz met up with three other fellas from Essex, Crumpy, Phil and John and had a couple of ...
... fridges, freezers, washing machines, dryers... Surely you don't on return from holidays think "Do you know heat we'll buy you that new fridge you've always wanted!" This does explain the Indian strong workforce of Curry stores and the like back home. Odd! Anyway, after successfully avoiding buying a fridge our luggage arrived eventually, the annual conveyer belt panic of "I knew I should've packed spare stuff in my carry on"...But all was well. We ...
... Lankan people and the culture, is there appearance of utter existential calm. Their ability to control their emotions at all times and deliberately chose to "be happy" and take every situation with a smile. Apparently even car crashes I've been told – have got to pick up some of this inner calm.
The cultural shock sort of kicked in, driving though the overly crowded streets of Maharagama where the lines on the road seem to be considered decorations and ...