Paradise Road The Villa Bentota
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... office to ask for the time of the next train and apparently it was in about three minutes. Sod that. Definitely not enough time to buy a ticket, drag the kit over the footbridge and board. Ah well, no problem, I thought I would get my ticket and wait for the next train. However, all was well, at least all was well for me if not for the punctuality figures of SL Railways as the thing was delayed by half an hour. I wonder if the ...
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Many greetings from Bentota Beach!
The last three days we have been enjoying the sun and the beach almost every minute! After two days with a mixture of cloudy and sunny weather, high waves and rain in the evening, the weather has changed to its best! Sunshine Sunshine Sunshine!Yesterday we did our first steps in for ...
... but I was certainly reminded of the stark differences between my life and theirs - and especially my future and theirs. When the children are so naughty and ***********trol, it's easy to get annoyed with them and loose your temper, but when you stop and think about their lives and what they've been through at such a young age - well you feel guilty about ever getting angry with them at all!
When I arrived I saw one of the girls sitting alone on the floor crying. This wasn't ...
We sailed through the night and soon the ship was rolling side to side. Not a bad roll, but enough to know you were on the high seas.
This is a tender port which means we do not get to tie up at the pier, instead we are anchored. Soon the Captain ordered a tender down to the water to determine if it was safe enough for us to board it. But, the Captain decided with the ...
... rain got heavy before we could fold the seat forward to get into the back. After a while, the rain subsided, and we went back down to the beach for a celebratory drink of champagne on the sands of the Indian Ocean.
After a few photos on the beach we headed back to the gardens for dinner we were served a lobster and seafood paella, which was magnificent, followed by the usual standard of desserts that we were used to from Nisila Arana, soon after desert ...