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and the government has temporarily stopped al elephant rides and attractions.
The investigation has now completed and we are expecting elephants activities to be resumed imminently.
Fingers crossed for tomorrow.......
... I think it will take me a couple of nights to get used to not having as much space and privacy but I am super excited to meet some other travellers. That being said, our S. India group just had our good-bye lunch (mmm...fresh fish and prawns) and it was a bit sad. I really enjoyed this group of people and you start to form a little community after awhile which is really nice. (ok sappiness over...this is not my usual ...
... we have walked 6 kilometres and that the return journey by road is 22 kilometres. We looked back at one point and saw the distance we had come from the top of the mountain. It seemed a long way and I was grateful to know there was a car waiting!
Back for lunch and a bit of a rest before we take off for the local busy town of Eratupetta for some shopping, a look and an appointment with the doctor for Krysia. Dingy surgery with a doctor who spoke little or ...
... bothering me and the food, once again, is too spicy. I tried to explain this to Mr. Cyriac and his wife Dolly, but I don’t think they know how to cook without a lot of spices. Everything is in some kind of gravy with lots of pepper and curry leaves, among other spices. I meet some ladies from French, chat with them and Mr. Cyriac for a bit and then head to my room to check some e-mails and then go to sleep. I have an early and busy day ...
... a show out of it, screaming to each other’s no to make noise 'cause it could be dangerous.
The package in a whole was very poor and disappointed even if we were lucky to spot some elephants. Probably we felt that after having experienced an amazing time in Nepal at Chitwan Park. This felt like a waste of money (it was expensive) and time (taking us 3 days to get there, do the safari and get out).