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... subsequently expanded and developed by the Dutch and British. Finally a few years ago it was declared a World Heritage Site. Today the fort shows no signs of the original Portuguese Fortress. Most of the buildings inside of the Fort are of the Dutch period. The oldest building in the Fort, built around 1656, is the National Museum. The Dutch Reform Church, built in 1752, can be found in excellent state of preservation.
We had roughly 2,5 hours for visiting of the Fort of Galle. ...
... wasn't nice and when we told the doctors to stop him, we were told the behaviour was normal and 'no problem no problem'.
We have to put up with pretty **** conditions to be fair. Sometimes you have to laugh or else you'd cry.
But after that session it meant the weekend was here!
Me and some of the girls took the 2 hour express bus (where you are guarenteed a seat!!!) to Galle. The fort area is so beautiful - the buildings from the Dutch colonial period have been ...
... that will be prepared by the physicians at the Ayurveda health centre. Also included are yoga, tai chi, short excursions, lectures, tours etc and I intend to make the most of everything the resort has to offer............ Cant wait to get started.
After settling into my room I was invited to have lunch prior to seeing the Dr to start my sessions. Lunch was a buffet where they served an array of fresh ...
... on the telly; proper multi-cultural...that's us! In bed by 11.00pm, bit knackered; wild and crazy party animals...that's us!
Jet lag finds us dragging our lazy asses out of bed at midday next day and we head to Domino's Pizza for lunch. Still not even kidding! And this is no delivery or takeaway joint...this is a Domino's sit-down. Sri Lanka is so far ahead of England in cuisine! Fattened up on pizza we spend the afternoon planning the next few days and suddenly it's ...
... villages in the South of Sri Lanka. I especially liked the one about the pregnant woman who got around the village quite prodigiously, so much so that she did not know who the father of her child was and blamed all the men of the village for her promiscuity - a really refreshing look at the village ***** story.
This is the last stop on our tour, it's been great and Siri only asks for what he promised although they showed us so much more, will definitely be using his service again!