Thaproban Beach House
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and went on forever. We visited one plantation for a lame tour and worse cup of tea. It doesn't help that tea isn't my thing but it really was bitter and probably not one of Ceylon's finest. One day we hiked up to little Adams Peak that is not to be confused with the real Adams Peak in the north that takes about ten times longer to summit. Apparently the one in the north is where Adam of Adam and Eve fame lived for a while. Houda who is Muslim assured me that the entire ...
... a brilliant sunset and spotted 3 massive turtles clumsily fighting the tide in a weary kind of way, not the most motivated of animals...
I ended an emotional roller coaster day with a big swim in a lovely big lonely pool at Ulawatuna with only a white rabbit looking on ( no stray dogs). & did my mad lady hydrotherapy exercises which have kept the dodgy back going strong in all sorts of conditions.
... moved on to a bar around the corner.
We spent a good couple of hours in there chatting to the locals and learning to play carom. Kim and I had possibly the longest game ever seen, which she eventually won. We were hopeless at it. I let the others play from then and concentrated on talking nonsense with anyone and everyone. From then on is a little hazy, but even if I can't be sure of much, I can be sure that Colin and I were by now a little worse for ...
... for Glenn to worry about!
We left a bit tipsy, got a tuk tuk back to our hotel only to find that the gate was locked! So another first for me in Sri Lanka... I scaled a wall! I can now add the bruise on my bum and cut on leg to my other Sri Lankan injuries... I have a few; a cut from the coral while diving, a scratch on my leg from surfing, a grazed knee from falling over in the waves and taking Jenna with me and numerous bites!
We left ...
... words under his breath. I'm not sure if this was a fisherman's ritual or a prayer, but with over two thirds of the population being Buddhist, perhaps it was both.
After we shove it down the slopping sands, I ask him if he is going fishing, 'no...
fishing some days... snorkelling today'. Inside the white plastic bag he is carrying, he shows me a pair of masks and snorkles, for the two English ...