Koggala Beach Hotel
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... not resist) and we ended by a swim in the waterfall: what a great experience!!
Today, we decided to stay in Deniyaya for another night as we learned there are some nice sights around town and also because our family is looking after us as if we were their children.
This morning’s breakfast was so delicious. Really strong coffee, nice toasted bread and the highlight: curd with fruits and a sort of honey nectar taken from one of the ...
We woke up early, happy to see the sun was shining for our journey to Negumbo. We started off my traveling about half an hour on a bus to Matara. From here it was meant to be a simple express bus all the way to Columbo, however as with previous journeys, the trip didn't turn out to be simple at all. We got an express bus which took us to a place called Kadwala which was in the middle of nowhere so we had to get another bus to take us to Columbo. This next bus had to be the slowest ...
... and sticky, but there was a cooling breeze blowing through the train, just about keeping us sane in the heat. There was a 5 minute spell on this journey, which I thought summed up both our trip and overland travel in general pretty well. We had been on the train for a few hours and were starting to get a bit got and bothered, but then the train pulled out of a settlement and we were treated to a view of the late evening sun over the Indian ...
... delay, and you don't want to ordered things too early either! It is just great to have my cabin clearer of other stuff - especially as it tends to catapult across the room in high seas! Now just to put the info back onto the spread sheet! The captain said over lunch in the upper mess that we will not be leaving tomorrow morning, but he wanted to tell the whole crew. Apparently there is a cyclone forming between us and Singapore - not knowing much about weather ...
... they are, but they retain their 'difference' - their standard of living, social groups and so on.
It was this knowledge that gave me my first truly memorable experience in Sri Lanka. Brontė called her favourite tuk-tuk driver and told him to take us to a nice, local kade (a family-run small shop/ bistro) for my first proper Sri Lankan curry. I didn't have my bearings at this point, so I've no idea where this was, but it was nonetheless ...