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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Business Services
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... that personal touch. The mother figure for many is very infrequent and they seek recognition for small things. They have their own tight community and we are told that their compassion comes from their religion. We frequently see the monks helping each other. There are many different ages in each class, and sometimes you will see younger monks letting older monks copy their paper, or the monks will discuss a question ...
... mines. The day was only half done and we had done so much. We finished the day with a quick trip to Galle fort, and a beach. On our way home we were lucky enough to stumble upon a town festival. We were able to see the parade which had traditional dancers, 3 elephants in dress, and children riding bikes that were dressed up. We got home after dark, had our dinner, and collapsed. Today we are lounging at the pool to get wifi and to relax before starting up another busy ...
... explore further. After our two hour layover, we got on our final five hour flight to Colombo. We were picked up by a Projects Abroad Representative and driven to the home we'll be staying in this month. The two hour ride there was pretty crazy. Lots of honking, passing at ridiculous times, and moving at high speeds through town, but we had a great driver and he was so nice. The people we're staying with are hard working kind people. We have mosquito nets ...
... not have been – hard to tell.
We arrived at the airport about 9.40 or so and cars were everywhere … we all went through security to get into the airport and another security check and pat down for everyone before going through to the check in counters.
The check-in lines were huge too and no-one seemed to be moving.
Jeff decided that as he was going to ask for an upgrade, he may as well ...
... early morning run beside the railway tracks on Marine Drive. It's still well before 8am but we only manage ten minutes in the roasting air before retreating to the more sensible climes of the hotel.
So it is our walking tour of Colombo after breakfast with Kingsley that gets our legs stretching and the sweat pouring. As it's a Sunday it's much quieter than normal for which Kingsley apologises but which is actually a bonus. We get to see ...