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... and friends sat at the bar. He poured as an unbelievably strong G&T and Annie had to go and buy more tonic. We sat talking to the guys for several hours, but they were typical, 'laddy' service men. One guy was really aggressive and rude toward a guy who we invited to sit near us, prompting a chair stealing rage. He was a scouser, need I say anymore. After having enough of the ladish banter, we decided to go ...
... house (where his mother is washing) and insists we come on through any time we feel the need.
Mirissa itself runs for a couple of miles along the edge of three yellow sand bays of increasing size, the last one is over a mile long and two or three hundred feet wide at its deepest point. At the moment things are pretty laid-back and low-scale (there is no ATM, and no bank here I have just discovered), but you feel all that is set to change pretty soon. The ...
... to scare them away. At least they are not killing them and are making an effort to live in some sort of harmony despite the dwindling numbers and shrinking territory left for these massive creatures to wander freely. At the same village we watched a woman take a coconut from in the husk to serving us coconut water within about 10 seconds. I have no doubt I would have cut off my hand in the process. After that we each took turns sitting on a little stool with a scrapper ...
... milk. We had an absolutely amazing dinner of egg hoppers some mushy stuff and chicken curry ( which tasted like korma) with some flat bread. Janaka gave a speech as two of the volunteers are leaving tomorrow which will leave 6, 5 at the start of next week as another leaves on Sunday. I am very tired so apologies for any spelling mistakes, I must now go to sleep with my friends to keep me company....ants...lots of 'em! Night ...
... hungry to wait for dinner. We brave the bus to Matara. We end up on a party bus, with some jolly Sinhalese music, joined by some flashing Buddha's- one of the most entertaining journeys we've had so far. We arrive in the centre and after a dash to the cashpoint, explore the local supermarket. We come face to face with crisps and chocolate for the first time. We are a bit overexcited and stock up on treats to last us for a few days. It's time for us to get the bus ...