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 ...
... style, well, big butter fish absolutely great, rice and chips and, vegetables, gotta get your 5 a day!!
up this morning for 10.30 flight back to Colombo, 30 minutes and we were up, level and down again on an A 320 Airbus.
Back down the Expressway to Colombo now staying in a proper Hotel, Hilton Residence. Already been in gym to exude some of the Lion beer I have been drinking, wow it's a ...
... 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 ...