Heritance Ayurveda Maha Gedara
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We are at the Colombo Airport and waiting for our flight to Hong Kong. We leave at 7:20am. A long wait this morning. A chance for some last minute shopping to use up any left over Sri Lankan Rupees. Today is a long travel day back home. We are all looking forward to returning home but we are also sad to be leaving Sri Lanka. Yesterday was a fun day with ...
... obviously the selling of the said products. Even after trotting out our 'they won't let us take it in to Australia' line, she still managed to make a sale. I think you have to pretty 'thick skinned' walk away from some these sales. Even as we approached the jetty on our return, the boatman reminded us ' I give you at a very good price, you know', yes we knew, and he obviously got a little more than was quoted. In all fairness it was ...
... really gave an extra zest to the day! We had decided to explore Columbo this morning, so armed with a map given to us by the manager of the hotel ( who must have thought we had great vision as the map was so small that a magnifying glass might have been handy). Anyway, off we set, not deterred by the building works spilling over onto the pavements or the steady stream of traffic which made crossing any road a 50/50 chance of survival! ...
... woven piece, it is black and white with pops of color! I also bought a little gift for someone, but it's a surprise so I won't say more. We also heard the food was good there so we split the black pork curry, which was in fact delicious. Rick had a yummy banana smoothie and I had the local favorite of lime juice with mint, very refreshing!
We called our cab guy back, but we should have just taken a tuk-tuk over to Independence Arcade. It's a restored Dutch building, and ...
... tomorrow as it was a public holiday. They were determined and even went to the kitchen to make a case. Later, the head chef Dharshan Munidasa arrived and after the staff spoke to him he came and talked to us which was very good of him. We cleaned most of the juices off, purchased the obligatory cap and t-shirts before side stepping the tuktuk touts and getting a couple of meter tuktuk's home. The moon was almost full, no sign of rain and a balmy night, I could get used to this ...