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... hop to Sri Lanka, one Muppets Movie and a questionable breakfast omelette later and a weeny nap we arrived to the heat of Colombo. The best bit so far....so when you get off go through immigration, visas etc you often end up in a duty free well not quite! Here you have a modest duty free to your left and what can only be described as a bazaar for all white electronic goods? There are hundreds of men trying to lure you in to one of the 50 mini Curry ...
... impossible for some to do lengths.This meant they all had to do widths. We also had to contend with some pushy parents in the baby pool, but we got through it all. Wednesday, Danielle and I had our normal youth training, we got there to find out they were doing an exam but got told that it wouldn't be too long, so as we had planned a session for them we said we would take that lesson even for a shorter time, this turned into an hour wait for a 30 mins lesson! ...
... a couple of the Hindu persuasion. Neither of us felt strong enough to take our shoes off so Jo stayed in the comfort of the air conditioning and Nick went and took some pictures of the outside as well as of an old GPO post box with GR on it (could be George the Vth or VIth).
On the way back we passed a very impressive international conference centre opposite a standing Buddha (with elongated earlobes – not ...
... so when you put all these things together it's unlikely that anything will happen. The captain called the drill, everything went as smooth as ice, so that's a relief. All is good. The captain also said the film Captain Phillips is not to be shown until after we leave the area. Art class was a disaster!!! Not sure if I will go again. The thing is the chap taking the class paints a bit and then you go away and paint the same ...
... good. Arriving into Colombo at about 2pm, our guide Akthar, took us to a shop called 'Paradise City' so that we could do some souvenir shopping. It turns out however that his idea of souvenirs and ours are somewhat different, as the shop appeared to be a homeware store of sorts, without a single tacky souvenir in sight. He gave us 45 minutes here, so I was relieved to have found a cafe upstairs, taking the chance to enjoy a nice latte while ...