Nature Lanka Health Resort
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... mother in law). I had requested some cooking with prawns, you know, a quick dry fry, lots of nice spices, maybe a dash of coconut milk but oh, no Chef was a true pro, he threw the juicy fresh prawns into a wok with long life milk ( gag) and cooked them down to a gluey mess.
I took a photo to show just how ghastly it was and it was the only meal I could not eat. I tried a little bit of the fish and a prawn to ...
... to add to the uncountable number already on this trip) played with so many cats and saw a monkey that had been killed by electrocution stuck to the telephone wires. Morbid scene. Dan is probably the only other person who wants to touch and play with every animal no meter how scabby; we are bad influences on each other.
We loved the atmosphere and people so much that we just didn't leave. All we saw was the beach. And it's one of my favorite places I've been.
From Mirissa we went to Midigama for 10 days of surfing. Here we saw some of Sri Lanka's famous 'traditional' stilt fishermen - who in fact are only there for the tourist charge, and no longer actually fish (rumour has it they've all turned alcoholic!)! In and around the garden here was a little oasis - we saw big monitor lizards, mongooses, monkeys by the pond, brightly coloured woodpeckers and lots of chipmunks. In fact I was in ...
... timer and took the picture. This is the picture you see on the home page on this blog. This is the picture which will carry a lot of stories to our grand kids.
Picture taken, we got ready for the next 180 kilometers that we now had to go through to get to our guest house in Ambalanthota. The traits of civilization changed obviously from Muslim households and populations to Sinhala. We passed Siyambalanduwa and made good time to Moneragala. The one ...
... it clears later. Our hotel - Ganesh Gardens are lovely & right on the beach with hammocks, so hoping the weather picks up in the next couple of days. Decided against turtle watching tonight as we are up for a 4am trip to Yala National Park tomorrow in the hope of seeing the elusive leopard & ...