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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... The Tamil Tigers targeted places of worship, schools, tourist attractions, bus stops and hospitals,,,Anywhere there was a large crowd bombs were detonated. Not so much in Kandy but in the north in an area called Jaffa which we will not be going to. Sri Lanka is mostly Buddhist, then Muslim, Christian, and lastly Islam and Hinduism. Things now are fine between the northern Tamils and the southern Sinhalese. Of course some tensions in areas more affected by the ...
... t align. Bakes came on and bowled his first one close to point, but he found his range and got their two best batsmen out and the game was ours. We were doing it with one leg in the air when Sam Hart bowled a big spinning leggie first ball that was destined to be called a wide only to be hit over Josh's head at point. He reacted quickly and stuck one hand in the air and caught it clean as a whistle. Yes Josh, I'll say it for a second time but this time I ...
... an LBW that I personally gave out from the grandstand and Will got a wicket too rewarding his efforts. Sam HK and Tom came back on and Sammy got a good wicket with good pace. The tenth wicket proved hard to get as a top order batsman who had retired hurt came back in. Skipper Tom thought he might buy a wicket bringing Josh on to bowl...let's loosely call it off spin. I had a gut feeling that Sri Lankan batsmen were going to find this about as hard ...
... downstream. The water was beautiful and there were three sections of rapids for us to maneuver through. There also was a quiet section of river where we all jumped out of our rafts and floated downstream for approx. 600m. After returning to our rafts we finished our trip soaking wet but with big smiles on our faces. In the late afternoon some members of our group took part in an optional jungle walk. Tonight we have a BBQ dinner by the ...
... shoes off and walk around barefoot in the muck, AND charged us 50 rupees ransom to get our shoes back. Grumbles. (side note: When we first visited Asia in 2002, I thought the taking-off-your-shoes thing was charming. Now, it irritates the **** out of me....I don't want to be slagging about in the muck while my bare feet rub on the dirty floors, in everyone else's foot fungus and filth stew. THIS IS WHY WE INVENTED SHOES. I'm just ...