Reef Villa & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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The two schools we work in are in the town of Wadduwa. We have found it to be a very strong community. Since being here, we have heard of 4 young people passing away- three 18 year olds in a swimming tragedy, and most recently a 35 year old from cancer. We see strong support to families that have lost a loved one with decorating the streets that lead to their home and bringing food over to the families. ...
... 7:30am. Breakfast is never the same, sometimes we will have roti, a warm thick tortilla you put jelly on, or sometimes we have crepe style pancakes with a sugar coconut filling. It is always good, and it is always filling, and there is always fresh bread and tea. We then leave for our first school, which is just a short walk away-everything is really within walking distance. This school is for 2-5 year olds and we LOVE it. The children ...
... do similar, ie to make the game last longer by letting the opposition bat 50 overs. And Sri Lanka did bat 50 overs and bat well. 120-odd for the first wicket before the inevitable run out came - the only way England looked like taking a wicket. Then in came Sangakkarra, which was like waiting for Lara to bat. Five runs later out went Sangakkara, which wasn't at all like watching Lara bat. Disappointment or what but such a lovely humble ...
... on a different time schedule so everyone is getting a little tense. To pass the time we eat! Finally 7 monks come to the house and the prayers are done and blessings are made, there is something quite tranquil in listening to monks chant. We then eat a little more and I am driven back to my villa for a few hours. We are to start marching at 2am. Breakfast is served to everyone there, somewhere between 200-300 people are all packed in to the front ...
... at some shops..learnt a bit about chewing tobacco leaves,went to a Buddhist temple, ate the freshest most wonderful passion fruit i have ever tasted from a local street stall..navigated through thick weeds and sitting stealth cows to make it to the beach in only the moonlight in my thongs! (you think i would have learned my lesson from the Borneo trip..clearly not!)..and walked on,yes walked on fully functioning rail tracks to get back ...