Kalla Bongo Lake Resort
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... at me and said: "Sorry, I don't speak English"... so after that answer I was leaving, but she told me to seat there with them... and we tried to speak through google translate... :D not really useful for love.... yes, I know, love language is universal... but I must admit I failed that subject at high school... but well, at least we had fun trying to communicate with each other and took a selfie together...
... into a violent sandy, fizzy spin-cycle, and then ploughs you into the beach - fantastic fun tho'.
Mirissa is primarily a fishing town, and all along the bays are small boats hauled up onto the sand, most are shaped like a deep narrow canoe which barely has room for one leg inside (!), the othe leg has to be perched on a pole or net lashed onto the outriggers, and the whole thing is steered into the crashing surf with a long paddle at the back. - I watch the ...
... is foreign minister, the other admiral of the navy etc etc). They are grateful to him as he ended the military (I am presuming they mean the Tamil fighting) but have not seen anything else of worth to the majority of Sri Lankan people, the only problem is that the other candidates are not good people either, so perhaps it's better the enemy you know. After various cocktails we walked on the sand down to Mambo and had dinner, watching the sun go down. The next day was ...
... exchanging stories and experiences about the countries we were from, had traveled to, or aspired to travel to. It was really nice to share our time with someone new again. Time flew by and the bars both closed, so we went for a short stroll along the beach to make the evening last that little bit longer. Fireworks suddenly appeared in the distance; a reminder that it was Deepawali that day, something that we had totally forgotten about in an area with such a minority Hindu community. ...
As these were the last couple of days we had in the units we let them decide what they wanted to do. The girls on Tuesday taught me lots of Sri Lankan dance moves. It was so much fun! It was like learning to break dance but harder. I love it when Sri Lankan people teach me stuff- the language, dance moves and also how to drive a tuk tuk! With the boys we played games and did lots of drawings to make their unit more colourful and welcoming. I'm going to miss the boys a lot ...