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Ce matin, départ pour Galle à 8h30: 220 km de trajet nous attendent.
Sur la route, nous longeons la côte sud du Sri Lanka et de toutes parts, nous pouvons voir les traces que le tsunami a laissé derrière lui: maisons dévastées et abandonnées, maisons en constructions,... Il n'y a que la végétation qui semble avoir repris ses droits et qui …
... the ‘70s. The place is now run by
Sita’s daughter and it is a popular and cheap little place right in the heart
of the old fort town. There were several other elective students staying there;
Galle seems to be a popular spot for student electives as the hospital is
famous for not being strict on attendance, so people elect to focus on surfing
at the nearby Sahana beach. Just wandering around town was entertainment enough
for the Sunday when we arrived. If ...
... beach where we scoffed fish and chips at a place run by an ex RLC chef.
Upon our arrival in Galle we had been approached by touts who failed to convince us to use their accommodation, but they increased our knowledge of the area during their general chit chat. Hence, we were able to find the cheapest place to drink, but the food outside the fort was a bit sparse. I found a huge hair in my pizza at the ...
... 4km, even in the pre-breakfast heat and humidity. We are joined on our dawn jogs by various locals, some of whom are sensibly walking rather than running while others do bootcamp-style exercises on the ramparts. From our elevated vantage points we see schoolchildren in their white uniforms starting their day at 7am by standing in line in the playground as the national anthem is played. Elsewhere churches, mosques and Arabic centres are open, with Galle's native ...
... 5 or 6 blues, including a pair, and 3 right whales, one diving underneath our boat ( too quick for our clunky old camera I'm afraid). The previous day the boat had only seen one whale, so we all felt pretty pleased with our selves as the boat pitched and rolled its way home to Mirissa.
When we get back to the Peacock Wings Guesthouse Tharanga is there on the other side of the road, smiling and head-wobbling like crazy. He beckons us over and puts his ...