Thaproban Beach House
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... did we, and we were left in the middle of the road and the traffic was screaming either side of us for a short time until we were able to fully cross the road… A horrible start to the bike ride, but it got much better.
While riding we were trying to stay as left as possible but the screaming horn followed by the roaring engine of the Sri Lankan buses seemed to keep us even further left... probably a good thing. (see previous ...
... three times to see cinnamon island, where we sample some cinnamon tea and watch as we are shown how cinnamon is used, temple island, just a temple on a island but pretty enough and bird island which was the best. Hundreds of birds make they way there around 6pm to spend the night. It reminded us of the herons in Ubud, Bali who pick a tree and become territorial over it. They will always choose that one particular branch and will even fight for their space on it no matter what. ...
... the Rainbow Song (one they didn't know!!). The other remaining classes found it particularly difficult to understand the differences between certain colours (red and orange) and also the song and the game. In planning for next week I need to recap the different colours. I think that by using concrete objects like flowers, it will allow children to understand the differences much better. After I'll need to revise the song, placing emphasis on the newly ...
... a lovely, friendly and immaculately clean guest house. After a delightful day wandering around the streets and ramparts as well as visiting the museums we decided we had recovered from the journey and would venture out to a small patch of rainforest the next day. Ravi at Pedlar 62 arranged for a tuk-tuk to take us there and when we arrived we met a guide. These arrangements are all done by mobile phone and always seem to work precisely.
Our guide was a ...
... policy in case I didn't see any of them. It seemed very possible to me at that moment. The first whale was very shy and I didn't even make it to take a proper photo but it was enough to make us all excited. We were changing places very frequently as were the other 5 or 6 boats behind us. As soon as somebody noticed a fraction of a whale on the horizon every boat instantly moved towards that spot. We saw 3 whales at the end and the last one was so kind letting us approach it ...