The Cosy Beach
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... than nothing.The Hindu temple was nice too but we never went in. In the evening we went by tuktuk to a bridge and fished in the lagoon ,I got a few bites but caught nothing. The locals caught a few but they where tiny. Eating &drinking we'll here cos everything's so cheap ,almost as cheap as ...
... all time and just when was about to start the Engine Azim called me on the Phone and said he wanted to say goodby , so I waited , we catted for a while until the Tower got sorted out the clearance and Flight plan. TC is very good here , speaking an understandable English and I managed to get Wheels up around 6 AM for the short 1:45 / 470 NM leg on Airway M512 to Colombo. Got cleared for an straight ILS 04 at 40miles ...
... but we had fun chatting with them. In between the distractions, we did manage to piece together a rough itinerary, but it wasn't much more specific than make our way down to the beaches in the south, then do safaris in the national parks, before making out way up into the hills. After having fairly rigid itineraries for most of the trip, we were looking forward to the prospect of going with the flow. We had done some planning, but the ocean was calling my name. I ...
... Theresa estate in a taxi which is near wahahotte (near dambulla). When we arrived we were a bit dubious because it's in the middle of nowhere but after a long afternoon and dinner with the guy that owns the estate, we have had a good time. He bought the house off a Dutch man who died recently, but works in Colombo as a banker, he have us the whole history of Sri Lanka as well as organising us transport for the next 5 days which had been so useful. ...
... came back out just in time for the sun set so we strolled down to the beach where I had a paddle!! (Far too ruff to go in) and watched the sun we got chatting to a local who wanted to learn English he wasn't creepy atal which made a nice change we also seen the cutest puppy ever which I gave some water and a man tried to sell us a wooden tuk tuk! This amused me a lot! We then headed back for dinner where I ate seer fish it was lovely!!! But then had a beautiful migraine so had an early ...