Nippon Villa Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... yet on the way back.......so enjoying a fabulous sunset we stood chomping away (Grahame on BBQ chicken and some kind of spicey, breaded, potato and boiled egg thing and me on rice, veggies and the same yummy yet odd egg thing). When we were finished we had attracted quite a crowd to the stall......no doubt due to our "mmmmmmm, this is so good" noises!!Then we headed back, showered and headed out to the 'Top Secret' beach bar and chilled the evening ...
... After the class we all sat outside drinking and eating coconuts, it was so lovely and again everyone was so friendly! I spent the rest of the day on the beach and went surfing, getting more waves than any of the boys too! Maybe that was just beginner's luck though. We went out that night, with some fire crackers which was amazing fun! There was a dog who would try to attack the crackers as we lit them. I was really worried it would get burnt, or ...
... I honestly will never look at a cup of tea the same way. It is quite a procedure to process the leaves that have been painstakingly hand picked by very courageous workers, that get paid according to the weight they bring on a daily basis (usually at least 16kilos each). As you know tea is very light so it required a huge effort day in and day out. The smell of tea in the factory is very pungent and our tour guide is very good and even quizzes us at the end to ...
... powers of observation do you credit."
"Tuk-tuk". "Good Lord, is it? There was me thinking it was a billiard table". (That one really gets them).
"Where you go?" "For a walk".
"What you doing?" "Tying to have a smoke in peace without being annoyed by bloody tuk-tuk drivers".
"You stay?" (meaning where do you stay). "I might if I don't get arrested for throttling an annoying tuk-tuk driver".
... city was chaotic, we spent most of our time in a town called Hikkaduwa where I met many life long friends and other travelers. We spent our days enjoying the beautiful beach with warm ocean waves, drinking out of coconuts, doing yoga on the roof of our guesthouse and listening to others' traveling stories as we all gathered for the sunset. We took a day trip to Fort Galle- a little Europeanesque town with Portuguese and Dutch influence of cobblestone streets ...