The Nature Tangalle
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I continue in my way of life that I left, I go down to the harbor or beach in the morning, have breakfast in one of the many local shops, potter around town and the markets, or head out cruising on the motorbike speaking to anyone and everyone on my travels and it’s nice people being used to you and chatting away. I particularly love watching the fishermen bringing in their catch whether it’s hand lines on the beach or pier, ...
... We zaten nog geen 5 minuten in de tuk-tuk en waren net op het platteland van Ampara aangekomen toen onze tuk-tuk chauffeur ineens fluisterend schreeuwde 'Elephant!'. Geschrokken van de tuk-tuk zagen we vlak langs ons een grote mannetjesolifant de struiken in schieten... Toch nog een wilde olifant gezien! Maar daar bleef het niet bij. Na het bezoek aan de stupa zag Esther nog een reuzeneekhoorn van zeker een meter lang en toen de eerste druppels naar beneden kwamen en we terug naar de ...
... his bicycle each morning at 8am. Then the lady of the house looks after the house serves us an amazing breaky of String Hoppers, Dahl and Sambol. My new three favourite foods! String Hoppers is made from a mix of rice flour and water and put through a special circular sieve. The mixture is squeezed through to form piklet-shaped hoppers then they are steamed. This is served with a dahl curry and Coconut Sambol. Coconut Sambol deserves ...
... the next day there were weddings galore. Our friend at the Ibis Hotel explained that astrologically both days were auspicious for marriages in the Buddhist tradition.
While at Ganesh Garden, we met a couple from England, Kevin and Sarah—he a psychiatric nurse and she a nurse specializing in children’s neurological trauma. Both work in London, but he’s originally from Wavertree, Liverpool. We had so much fun meeting them and finding that ...
... swiss roll, samosas and very sweet tea. We then left for a quick visit to the new lady minister.
Having returned back later than expected, we helped the ladies to bag parcels to bring to the prison the next day. They were going there to give a “welfare talk” to the lady prisoners and again offer any legal advice and support to them. The parcels included underwear, soap, toothpaste and a few other bits and ...
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