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... security man / groundsman / housekeeper. He's not from Kandy but he explained to me that he lives an hour or so away. Anthony had such a warm, welcoming and friendly face. You know when people have kind eyes?Anthony has kind eyes. He was a real pleasure to be greeted by. He then introduced me to the hostel manager. He sat down with me and talked to me about my plans and what not. He told me where I could go to get some food, so I decided to head straight down to the town after unpacking. ...
... necrosis and myoglobin deposition
in glomeruli. It turns out snake bites can also cause thrombotic
thrombocytopaenic purpura and this had caused him to develop microangiopathic
haemolytic anaemia. He was very unwell and there was no anti-toxin for the type
of snake he was bitten by. I have started turning my shoes upside-down to stop
scorpions making a home overnight!
I’ve also seen a 40 year old man with type II diabetes
... baby carrots.
Left with a Dud Room
Traffic in Nuwara Eliya was bumper to bumper because a week-long fair coinciding with the New Years celebrations.
Hotel prices had doubled and tripled in the last two days. I had checked bookings two days before we left and was talked out of booking ahead by the guy at Blue Haven Tours. The guy advised us to have the driver ...
... lookouts (huts built high in the trees where a watcher can sit) and he explained the irrigation of the rice paddy fields - also he told us what we knew to be Egrets wading in the water were actually Pelicans, we both looked at each other and smiled.
We pulled in to Siriguya and paid the 3,900 rupees entrance fee each. Siriguya is a huge rock formation with a monestry at the very top, there are a lot of steps and I mean a LOT! We arrived a midday, so the worst time to start climbing ...
... runs the best hotel in Sri Lanka (finlanka) and took the time to buy us sweet bread for our long trip to Kandy. Then there were the two strangers we met crammed into the 3rd class carriage who shared food and conversation with us during our 3hrs journey. Those kind people and the many others we've met along the way make Sri Lanka a country they can be proud of.
I hope it stays that way. The country is developing and signs of investment can be seen in almost every town. ...