Reef Villa & Spa
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... They were still able to splash about with the others, but just not roam as freely. I did see some of the keepers had those nasty sticks but I didn't see any of them actually use them on the elephants so I can only hope they don't! Something I did learn along the way there is that you pass villages that are known for certain items, one amusing such place is the village of blow up brightly coloured Chinese stuff, but the other is the cashew village ...
... the lass seemed unconcerned, provided I left my water behind. The waiting area was air conditioned, meaning there were units there and running, and it was probably cooler that outside. The waiting room looked out at the covered walkway leading to the tarmac. The SilkAir jet landed and unloaded on the tarmac just out front. After some time a staff member with a megaphone and a strong accent addressed the passengers, VERY LOUDLY. No one understood but a few close ...
... interview with a female entrepreneur from Katana, a village outside of Colombo. Her business is making sandals and she brought me a photo album to have a look at some of her products. The interview was good and the lady told me about her difficulties in the business, about her skills training and her roles in the community. After, I headed to the Kingsbury Hotel for WIM 'tea break' course on effecting email writing led by Archana ...
... it's about 45 mins away from the home stay.Due to it being monsoon, the bus driver dropped us off right outside which was good of him. We had a little wait when we arrived as they were doing other activities which was fine. During this time some volunteers from Projects abroad came to drop off some fans for their rooms and other useful equipment. There is a mixed ability within the home, some struggle a lot more than others, and only a couple have any ...
... but if you don't have the exhibits then it is not a Museum.
Again I shall include my VT tip to give you more of an idea of the place.
"In the centre of the bustling, noisy and marginally manic Pettah
(market) area of Colombo stands the rather fine building you see in the
main image which houses the Dutch Period Museum. It is a building with
quite an interesting history and dates to the very late ...