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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... offerings on ice. Many others were not dealing so well with this challenge. Wayne had crabs which he thought were a little overdone. I had cuttlefish and a few prawns in a lime sauce, which were pretty good. I cannot recall what the others had as we were spending a lot of time people watching, the customer and also the staff - a couple of the chefs were characters. We headed home and I had to rig up a cowling around the smoke alarm so the flashing light did not keep madame awake again ...
... 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 ...
... umbrella over their heads and swerving around sheets of water and other road users. The girls completed their shopping and we agreed it was wine o'clock so headed home as the rain started to ease. There were people everywhere still, walking along the road, dodging puddles of water by stepping onto the road. Quite a stressful trip home. We dressed for dinner and ate a delicious meal. Jenny and Wayne had the Mud Crabs which were enormous. We drank another bottle of ...
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 ...
... and pretty good swimmers, they looked disappointed when we went. I really hope that we haven't lost some of their respect for next time as it's the swimming that I'm really looking forward to teaching, as it should be my strongest subject. The coach seemed OK about it all, so fingers crossed for no more storms like that and that we get the respect of the boys. As we had a free afternoon and were already out, some of us decided to go into Horana to go to an ...