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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... 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 ...
... to the airport. Deal here is to check your bags in early, get your boarding pass, then go elsewhere until it is close to boarding time. If everyone has checked in and is back in the airport they load the plane and head off early. Having said that, the check in is completely manual. No self check in here. Even the baggage tags are hand written and you are asked to check them before they are attached to the bags. We drove across town to a store that was ...
... consisted of cliff jumping in which I nearly died and my leg is now battered and bruised :( and also white water rafting. It was amazing!!! The other volunteers I have met are absolutely lovely and so much fun! I wouldn't be having such an amazing time if it wasn't for them (huuuuh gay!) That's all for now! Ps... Missing home and all my lovely friends and family!!!! Pps sorry for the terrible photos! Hopefully when I have wifi I can get some gooduns up! ...
... of them have at least some English so we ended up doing some tenses. This was a fairly *********** just because we had gone in with a plan for them not knowing any English and they did, but they all took part and going round the class you could tell that some had done a lot more English than others, as some were struggling more than others with the understanding. However all students were attentive and wanted to learn. Next week we will need to ...
... be able to do it for real. I'd done my bit for crime prevention on behalf of the Sri Lankan Police so time to get back to being a tourist.
I crossed the road, paid my 500SSLR admission (about £2:50 or maybe $3US) and entered. Well, again, it wasn't great. A few interesting little bits and pieces with probably the most interesting being a number of od tombstones but they had been brought from elsewhere and had nothing to ...