Villa Ocean View Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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We are starting our second full day, and our host mom is bringing us to the temple to meet the head priest. We are very excited to see where we will be working, and to possibly meet some of our students. We were told we will be at three different placements, the temple being one of them. The other two we are still learning about. One is a montassori school, and the other seems to be for kindergartners. All of them are within ...
... just seem to fit in.
This is Colombo, a vibrant exuberant city that's teeming with life. It's a wonderful city to go for a walk. As I push down the street people stop to shake my hand and wish me a happy new year. I hear people shout "Good afternoon lady". As I dither on the sidewalk wondering how to cross seven lanes of traffic a man comes up and says "Now we go!" and marches me across the road. A Bhuddist monk sweeping the front step tells me to ...
... on the roof top balcony. We were treated to an extraordinary lightning storm with the whole city being illuminated constantly for over two hours, then the heavens opened, by then we were cosy in the bar of the Galle Face Hotel, spare ribs for me while the others had burgers.
... So after an hour we reached the zoo and after about five minutes of trying to figure out if we were SAARC members ( these people got a huge discount).. it was established that we were not and we had to pay the full tourist rate... it was a nice zoo.. it definitely was not up to australian standards, and when i compared it, it made me feel bad for being there, however this is another part of the world and i realized not everything has to be to ...
... me an feel for Coca Cola's 5by20 initiative, both locally and globally. So far in Sri Lanka 2500 women out of the Sri Lankan target of 12500 have been financially empowered through Coke's program. The SABCO target is 200 000 and the global target is 5 million women. I was particularly interested to find out about Coca Cola's relationship with Women In Management, how they define and measure 'empowerment' and 'entrepreneur' as well as why they ...