Kassapa Lions Rock
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... They throw the ball to the water and ask the dogs to catch the ball and take it from them. This was very interesting, the dogs always got the ball and bring it back to the beach and when the dogs tired, they dig a hole on the sand then put the ball into the hole and bury it.
We walked through the beach for quite awhile to enjoy the sunset, but unfortunately the sky was cloudy. Visit Sri Lanka during this month is not a good idea, it’s ...
... from all over the world, and I felt a real sense of being at the centre of something important.
The next day I was back at the conference, and followed through discussions on the topics I had been to the day before. Unfortunately, during the course of the day morale among the delegates noticeably dropped when it became apparent that the zero-draft policy document for the conference had already been written by the "grown ups", and the contributions of ...
... which had a warning sign about crocodiles; def won't be swimming in there then. At the start you walk through some gardens which have an underwater irrigation system. There are quite a few information boards, but even so people still want to see if you want a guide. I declined as I didn't want to spend the money and was in no rush, just wanted to enjoy everything, at various points some of the workers were available, to talk to who wanted to show how pleased they were ...
... attempt to appear to the girls on the beach that I had even the faintest idea what I was doing. Thankfully, the surf was kind and I was able to stand up fairly consistently, albeit at the expense of a lot of scratches and bruises.
After a day of surfing punctuated by beer (MEN!), we left our room to find somewhere to eat. After a short wander, we found a ramshackle little place by the side of the road. I'm not exaggerating when I say our experience ...
... all migrate to the lake to drink.
They were beautiful to watch, interesting to see how they socialize and protect the young.
The guide was a little pushy- insisting we take certain pictures, at one point taking my camera away from me and making me pose in front of the elephants.
When a few other trucks arrived and the elephants started moving, he rushed us around to the other side of a little group of trees, which was ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking