Thaproban Beach House
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
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... found a nice spot and settled in to share stories about our friend and get to know each other. As it turns out, he is also a busy social advocate and we had as much in common as our friend thought we might. We shared ideas for helping create a better world and for self-improvement and then it was time to call it a night.
The next day, I reveled in the A/C and trashy TV provided by my hotel room and went for a long walk on the beach. The day ...
... World Heritage Site.
The current area of the fort is 130 acres and is fitted with several bastions and a clock tower. The fort is enormous and houses a plethora of accommodation, restaurants, cafes and bars as well as keeping historically in touch with a multitude of colonial buildings, churches and cobble stone roads. The fort is essentially now the tourist part of Galle. With the remainder of Galle being for the locals.
... cane prawns (prawns skewered with a piece of sugar cane) which was a sizeable meal and she said it was delicious. We left expecting the streets to be buzzing and found them virtually deserted. We made our way to an intersection where there were 2 Tuktuk's and knocked the drivers down to 300 before climbing aboard. They steered Wayne to the more modern machine and we ended up in the older machine with the tiniest of 2 stroke motors. We quickly lost ...
... gave in and crunched up a biscuit with some baby powder and hot water (staple diet for them) he ate about half but wouldn't drink any water. It's sad to say but I don't think he will lib very long. I bathed him and redressed him as and changed his bed sheet as the flies were swarming, put him back in his cot with the mossy net over. He cried when I put him down as that, I imagine is the only comfort and love he is shown all day. There were two ladies ...
... see how clothes are made the traditional way, it doesn't disappoint. We see women of all ages applying wax to simple cotton fabric, before it is sent to the dying department - bath tubs full of dye that the fabrics are immersed into. The women are very smiley and happy for us to look around but I feel a pang of guilt seeing these women working in very hot conditions for what I imagine ...