Villa Ocean View Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Whilst we were watching a snake charmer and monkey show, the welsh girl got bit/scratched by the monkey. The people told us that it had had its vaccinations and that its sharp teeth had been removed. There was a small area of broken skin though, which might have been a scratch mark rather than a bite, but we decided it was best to get her checked out at the hospital. When we talked to the doctors and ...
... Bopara (more runs that didn't count for the racists meaning they think England lost by 217 runs presumably), England ran out of steam and batsmen and were beat by 25 runs. It was still a good game and a great, nay magnificent day, with the rain finally holding off and the floodlights making a brilliant spectacle of the ground. It's a day I'll never forget and one I thought I'd never see, an England cricket international abroad. Next stop Trinidad?
... on a different time schedule so everyone is getting a little tense. To pass the time we eat! Finally 7 monks come to the house and the prayers are done and blessings are made, there is something quite tranquil in listening to monks chant. We then eat a little more and I am driven back to my villa for a few hours. We are to start marching at 2am. Breakfast is served to everyone there, somewhere between 200-300 people are all packed in to the front ...
... 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 ...
... face to face meet with the immigration guys for Mauritius tomorrow, why I don't know just bloody jobs worths. Anyway they say the meetings are going to start from 6:30! Not a hope in hell, we'll be going sometime after 8:30 at the earliest and I don't care if they come knocking on the cabin door. It's totally unneeded, it's not like people are going to want to jump ship and vanish into the small population of a little island in the middle on the Indian ...