Pegasus Reef Hotel
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Arrival time into Colombo: 12am local time. Just 1 delayed bag for Danyon. Lucky he packed a spare pair of undies in his hand luggage. A warm welcome from our ground handler Ananda where an easy roll call saw him placing lei on each individual checked everyone had arrived through customs. All loaded on to our coach for our 2 weeks and a 30 minute …
... quite an industrious production on a beach nearby. Being the off season, the sea is quite rough and murky, not really inviting nor were the thousands of fish of all shapes and sizes drying on coir matting, on the sand under the hot morning Sun. We watched people laboriously going about their business before wandering through an open air market selling all types of bits and bobs.I even found a lonely little hermit crab stranded in the middle of the road.
... or was unconscious for a couple of days.”
She survived 12 days with a wounded British Soldier (Private Cecil Kingsley) until the two surrendered – she must have had some of her own personal panic on that second surrender; it would have been terrifying for her. The British Private Kingsley died of his wounds not long after their capture.
She was interned with other nurses and ...
... t feel equipped to deal with misogyny there.
So the next day, it was on to Sri Lanka. When I arrived to check in, I was grilled on my pack and its contents. They seemed overly concerned about security, so I wondered what was going on. Then all of the passengers on my flight were sought out in the security line and ushered through a separate line, which was both quicker and far more thorough than the average security line. I was made to remove ALL of the electronics from my ...
... that was held by the Portugese and then the Dutch. Inside the walls is an entire but very small city, complete with churches, museums, stores, schools and houses. The fort walls are so strong they withstood the tsunami of ten years ago, leaving the town intact although we were told that the newer part of town suffered damage. In the south there is still rebuilding going on. And there's been a lot of rain lately so fields are flooded and work has slowed. ...