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... Unawatuna is the most popular beach town in Sri Lanka- it's got bars (that close at 10pm on a weekend night) and tons of guesthouses and a gorgeous white horseshoe beach. We hadn't reserved any accommodation, so with backpacks on and sweat pouring (it's about 95F here with humidity...it's a beachy jungle), we searched out the perfect beach hideaway. We ended up at a tiny 3-room guesthouse, in a large, airy room with a fan and a little terrace overlooking ...
... they left the pitch and extracted the water they had collected. Massive amounts of water that you couldn't even see as they passed over the pitch poured out. Next up was all these yoga type mats that were brought out for people to walk around on to absorb the last bits of water before the game resumed. The rain delay took at least four hours to be sorted and the game ended up being reduced from fifty overs to thirty. It seemed like England wasn't going to be able to pull out a win ...
... about in the heat. We were warned about guides and pick pockets but it was Saturday and not that busy, so difficult for them to get in close. I was aware of being watched, perhaps I was being over cautious. We visited a few spice shops, bought some that we thought we would get thru customs ok. The store keepers were happy to bag and label anything assuring us it would be ok! Yeah right! We wandered around to the Galle cricket oval to see if any cricket was being ...
... to the orphanage tomorrow!!! Can't believe we are half way through our experience already, the school in Jaffna seems such a distant memory! But it doesn't seem like there's only three weeks to go! We have all settled in so quickly here in some ways it just feels like home even though it's a million miles from the west in some ways! Anyway, better go skype my mumma bear! Happy Mother's Day ...
... tuk tuk driver for the task at hand. General rule of thumb is if you've had a couple of Red Bull's and are in the mood for some hair raising living on the edge type "bombing it dude" driving then pick a young driver. But if you feel some what more relaxed in your journey, seek out a driver that is at least 75 or better yet on the brink of vision impairment. This may be slow, but it will keep the sweat at rest for at least the journey. With those ...