Thaproban Beach House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... to teach me the rules of cricket. I have to say that the only way to even remotely understand is to watch an actual game. A funny thing happened right after we got to our seats. I asked Catherine for toilet paper and she handed me money like she is so rich she wipes her butt with it. The band was playing and she thought I was asking for money for a round of drinks. Cracked me up. So my first ever cricket game was about 15 minutes in when the torrential rain started to bear ...
... me it was certainly worthy of a photograph before moving on."
As an added bonus, and at no extra charge dear reader, I shall throw in a photo of one of the lovely atrmospheric little streets that criss-cross the whole Fort area and that should suffice for this section but still lots more to see and do in the Fort including me indulging in my speciality of being seriously under-dressed. Again!
... tree in the Mangroves. We also when to a cinnamon plantation on an island and watched the hand production process. All the while the local community were fishing from traditional canoes and aqua farming. It was very interesting.
We finished at the start of sunset and hurried off back to the Turtle Project where armed with a bucket I was led down to the beach and set off my ten turtles towards the surf. It was a great end to a good day and seeing ...
... br> The Guesthouse is 1 minute from the beach just off the main road, great location. Our deluxe room was on the top floor with a large balcony, four poster bed, mozzie net, fan and a fridge. No A/C and we had hot water all the time. For £20 not bad, we had booked just 3 nights to begin with.
About 5pm on the balcony I heard a rustle in the trees , there were about 6 monkeys swinging in the trees, some landed on the roof of our room. I had just strung my washing out ...
... home. After five relaxing days in Mirissa I decided it was time to move to a new beach.
I had another train journey, which I now feel an expert on, that took me to Galle. One quick tuk-tuk ride later and I arrived in Unawatuna, apparently the best beach on the island. My first impressions are very good and my guesthouse, which is probably the nicest place I've stayed in and also one of the cheapest, is about a minutes walk from the ...