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Today is programmed as 'A Day at Leisure' and we're grateful for it. That means no official blog as we shall be at leisure and not on a tour. However, for a bit of fun please read on! Not sure if this bonus post will be of any interest to anyone (Rory and Beccy perhaps?) but we have just completed the prize giving ceremony for the India leg. You've heard of the BAFTAS, you've heard of ...
... floor. It was rather empty and the music was trance, but the beach was lovely and there were fireworks at midnight marking Christmas Day! It started to rain, though only lightly. We stayed a couple of hours and met some Swedish people who were really lovely. I was quite cold and tired, so went home around one I think, but a couple of the others stayed up all night moving to another party. Christmas Day I woke up and went for a swim with Kieran, I ...
... the wedding day will be like! Good luck Helen and Dennis :-)
Then it was time to head to Galle, Tyrone and Dammika's home town. So in the van we all piled and off we went again.
And now the time has come for one of these Wandering Wombles to turn 50! So yesterday the EvilOne, aka Anne for the uninitiated amongst you, turned 50! "Oh My Goodness" I hear you say, and, "it's surely not possible" from the rest of ...
... have enough intelligence to flag one down or approach one if they want one and really do not like being hassled.
Oh dear, looks like I am rambling again. I'll put it down to too much heat walking about in the midday sun before I composed this. Where were we? Oh yes, Galle station and how has it taken me this many paragraphs to describe a two hour train journey where nothing happened? This blog may just take a while.
... 8217;t 2000 miles away I would go back to Superdrug and demand my money back for my "DEET" repellent.
I have also been to a Buddhist festival which was A/maze. As it was in a small village you would expect it to be a bit ****, like DIY outfits made from boxes and toilet roll tubes. None of that though, there were hundreds of people dressed in extravagant sri Lankan related costumes doing perfectly choreographed routines as well as loads of ceremonial elephants and ...