Villa Ocean View Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Actually got to do a full day today. This morning was back at the youth teaching, had to remember how to get there, which I did, so sense of direction is getting better! I had actually forgotten about a wall near the end but was on the correct street so all good. We had been originally told (yesterday) that this group had no English, so I checked again before we went into class. With this in mind we decided to teach them introductions, turns ...
... 3 different dances for now. Wow! That was hard, 1.2.3 was easy but closed change, natural turn and then reverse turn! That will need some practise Saw that there was a curry on the restaurant menu for lunch so it was samosa, followed by green chilli pork vindaloo :-) Maureen managed ice cream as well but nothing new there. Seen a real strange thing today, there are a couple of sisters on board, twins by the look of it. In their late 50's or perhaps ...
... lunch at the resort wine bar, we headed back to our hotel.
As it was our last night in Colombo, we decided to go to another hotel for dinner. It was a really pretty hotel/restaurant and we were able to eat outside by the pool. This hotel also had what online reviews deemed one of the “best night clubs” in Colombo called, The Library. We went there for a little while and realized that it also wasn’t as expected. It was an actual library that had been ...
... on a Friday evening rush hour but on speed, although speed is probably not a good word to use as it is so manic that anything over about 20mph is impossible.
I did mange to get a few great rail shots however. I know that in UK, as in most of Europe, that it is pure folly to be on a rail line as most of them are electrified with a very large and almost inevitably fatal voltage but here, where everything is diesel you will see people walking either over ...
... doesn't bother me overly.
I waited and waited and then I waited some more. When I had finished doing that, I waited. The crowd began to thin a bit, although it did take an age for the baggage to arrive, it was not good. I got bored and went back upstairs to take a few photos of the scene and found myself engaged in conversation with a couple of young salesmen from the duty free shops who were obviously as bored as I was. I had a wander around, looking for ...