Nature Walk Resort
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... where the base is that you have to live for the moment because the future is uncertain and tomorrow it can all be over. It is no use to get angry about anything because whatever you are angry about you will not be able to take it to your next life. Also all wealth you collect throughout your life is useless because when you go to your next life you'll loose it all. What you take to your next life are all the selfless good deeds you do but if you do this to benefit from it ...
... of a cupboard, so I hope it's strong!
We then participated in a little curry cooking session over another little open fire and another delicious lunch, eaten with our right hands and them off we sped to Kandy.
Kandy's a delightful mix of British colonial buildings and Sri Lankan buildings, good and bad and a very large white washed Buddha placed high on a mountain. Our hotel was way up on a hill overlooking the city centre and for the record, had a ...
... time was over, we moved on to another part of the orphanage for feeding time. The babies are each fed 6 litres of milk three times a day. It was adorable to see them opening their mouths awaiting the milk bottles to be brought to them, however it was unfortunate to see that the babies have a long chain attached to one of their back legs. The reason for this is that they tend to get a bit excited at feeding time and given the number of tourists at the orphanage during this ...
... including very large elephants... we were tempted, until we heard the price! Claire will be saving up for a while. Our last meal in Kandy was at the rooftop restaurant of one of the smart hotels with a great view of the moonlit lake. A romantic setting, topped off with the resident musicians who serenaded us with Harry Bellafonte on hearing we were English, an interesting finale to our two week tour of Sri Lanka. Part 2: volunteering, starts tomorrow... Watch this ...
... picturesque beach I the middle of nowhere called Jungle Beach where we met an Ozzie guy called Will and ended up meeting up and having dinner and beers with later that night. We had heard about a place called Mirissa which was the best place to go whale watching so we decided to head there for a couple of nights! We got ourselves booked on a tour and was all set to go at 6.30am as that's the best time. We sailed out on a decent size boat along with a few others ...