The Nature Tangalle
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... a metre and was popping eggs out at around 1/second. We were only able to see with a red torch as the turtles can't see red light, but this was enough to marvel at the process.It took a fair while for her to lay her eggs, and even longer to fill in the hole - maybe a 2hr process but everything about it was magical - the stars, the sounds of the waves crashing behind, the fireflies that kept darting around just above us, the sheer scale of the turtle and the ...
... that getting in through the breakers proved quite a challenge and mum was knocked back repeatedly before finally diving under to the calmer sea. After floating peacefully in the cool waters we found that getting back to shore was equally difficult and risked losing the bikini which the locals found quite amusing! After breakfast we decided to hire bikes from a local corner shop for the grand total of 500 rupees, just over ...
We left the very British hills, and very asian sounds of Kandy by train. The train station is right in the centre of town, nestled amongt about a thusand fruit stalls and even more buses, departing for everywhere in the country, it seemed. The train wound upwards for 4 hours through the blankets of mist, sporadic rain showers and sprawling tea fields to Nuwara Eliya (pronounced Nureliya), the main town for exploring the highlands of central Sri Lanka. ...
From one picture-postcard beach to another, just with slightly smaller waves. Our decision to move to Mirissa after 3 days at Tangalle was as much for a change of scenery as anything else, and only involved a couple of hours in a bus along the south coast. Upon arriving we found a scene not dissimilar to the one we'd encountered at Palolem in Goa: a perfect bay was fringed by a palm-shadowed beach; small establishments offered up (admittedly sturdier and more permanent) beach ...
... the walls, the streets quiet, the houses all colonial, an amazing sense of community within it's diverse mix of religions. We were lucky to do a great cooking class which included not just cooking 3 delicious curries, hoppers and sambal but also a walk around, meeting a local story teller, trying some short eats from a street seller and going to a tea house. The English woman who ran the class produced locally the Peter Kurivita SBS show, she's married to a Sri Lankan and ...