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... the rest of the group went off for their curry and rice lunch, I found a hammock in a forest clearing to rest up once more as I still feel tired. At one point, I feel the tingly sensation of a few tiny droplets of rain falling onto my body, a refreshing reminder of new energy on its way? The two nurses in the group, Doreen and Elaine came over and suggested it may be time ...
... it as bad as this. Lauren, Holly and I all went to dinner together again that night and had some very scrummy fish fingers and cocktails with a background of the sea. Some of the tables are actually on the beach, we didn't manage to sit in these but the water did actually come up and over their feet at one point anyway. Sunday morning most of the other girls were doing a yoga lesson at the hotel, I'm not really a yoga person so went down to the beach, lots quieter at this ...
... they were comfortably the biggest waves that I have ever swam in. If you don't get the timing right, you get smashed about under the water and thrown into the sand. With that in mind, I was quite happy when I got the hang of it and was able to not get beaten up by the waves quite so much. I had seen the locals cut across the front of the waves, like they were surfing, so that was the next thing that I attempted. It is an amazing feeling when you are ...
... Friday, so only had time to take a wander around the town before bed.
But on Saturday, I was up bright and early to go diving, with the Unawatuna Diving Centre. They run dives to around 20 dive sites off the coast, including eight wrecks. I was in a group with two other people and the dive master, and we visited a wreck and a reef. The diving was good, especially the wreck, as were the Australian couple on the boat and the dive masters. ...
... is so lovely and a lot more rewarding that working on the mental health placements most of the time.. They are so eager to learn and love having us there - no spitting under any circumstances!
We did a lesson on punctuation and grammar which went well - and during activities to practice this, we got them to write sentences about their own lives and learnt a bit more about them. I also showed them the photos I brought with me - of my dog, family etc.. They were very impressed ...