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As much fun as today was it was also a total disappointment for me. One of the main reasons I wanted to come to Sri Lanka at this time specifically is because at one of the temples, in Kelaniya, they celebrate the first time Buddha came to Sri Lanka. The day changes every year because it is on the full moon. I read online and all the websites said it would be on the 4th, or the 5th. It was undecided. Well apparently it was even less decided because it actually happened yesterday. Tons ...
Writing this bit of blog an hour into a 4 hour drive down to Colombo from Kandy, nice Sunday drive, traffic not too bad.
We'll the cricket didn't go according to plan yesterday as we went 4-2 down in the series with one to play, just didn't do any of the essentials right, didn't bowl well, field we'll or bat we'll enough, serious questions now about Ali Cook's captaincy.
It was a hot day in the ground again so upon return it ...
... any of the airports we had encountered in India. More importantly however, Sri Lanka is clean! No rubbish lining the streets or floating in rivers. A gorgeous brand new highway met us as we drove to Colombo. We have since found out the Sri Lanka is being redeveloped with the hope that it will become the new Singapore. This is highly evident, especially in Colombo. The big reunion between Natalia and I was your typical girlie screaming, hugging, ...
... new to the park and they are slowly being introduced to the other elephant so they are kept in a small pen most of the time but again they have food and a small pool, a few times a day they are taken to a milk station where you can bottle feed them, again they seem very happy with this arrangement. The only other elephant that is kept separate is an older elephant that has been badly hurt, it looks like she either had chains too tight around her ...
On Saturday I met with Dulari, a WIM member and World Bank certified trainer for an interview at McDonalds. She gave me an insightful interview about her World Bank training, some of WIM's successes and why training women in particular is so fundamental to Sri Lanka's development. I've also spent some time at the WIM office in Wattala, doing some admin work including writing the invitations for the ...