Stardust Beach Hotel
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... acres of paddy fields where men with mattocks were preparing the ground for the rice to be sown before the rains start. We visited some interesting ruins too and got caught in a downpour on the way back -it seems the rainy season is on its way- and we got completely soaked! Apparently it was pretty difficult trying to ride in the rain, Mary's glasses like a windscreen with no wipers! Vic managed to shelter quite ...
Woke up and went for breakfast down the road. Took ages to be served but the food was good. Couldn't find Rupa, she stayed somewhere else. We saw the locals bringing in a big haul of fish. We had to check out of our hotel at 10, and move to the next accommodation, so we had to pack up rupas stuff and move that too. The new accommodation was amazing, a cabana with a bathroom down the ...
... that all the food was exactly the same everywhere you went, but having spent a couple of days in the kitchen the Sri Lanka cook book is coming on nicely, and once again I can’t wait to invite people round for one of 'Grandpa Jase’s famous curries’.
As we got to know the family a bit better we started sharing stories of each others lives. Sanjie’s cousin was in town with her family. Her son had a heart operation a while back and her mother ...
... figure out where the misunderstanding occurred when we got back to the hotel. He was silent after that and it was obvious that his anxiety was increasing as he mulled over things in his head. Other than that (and the leeches), the hike was absolutely stunning and precisely what I had been hoping for. But it was also awkward, as my guide was clearly distressed. Later, after driving me most of the way back, he pulled over briefly before we got to the hotel. He told me that there ...
... and Lee, another two Australian girls, Grace and Megan, and two other solo travellers, Jason and Fletcher, from the USA and Australia. As the beer and arrack flowed, so too did the conversation, and after a few games of cards, those of us that remained were chatting away like we'd known each other for ages. We stumbled up bed passed out, awaking the next morning feeling a little worse for wear. Or at least I did... Paul managed to escape every hang ...