The Palms Hotel
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... in their home, we were served a banquet, and sat down to eat. Everyone stood around the table and watched us eat, 11 pairs of beautiful brown eyes watching every mouthful. They would only eat after we had left. The spread was amazing - cuttlefish, tuna steaks, prawns, string hoppers (noodles), rice, chicken drumsticks, Dahl, curried eggplant and more! All washed down with hot water. I feel very privileged to have been invited into their ...
... shopping time in the city.
The highlights of the trip are:
- white water rafting
- abseiling down the waterfall
- seeing elephants in Yala
- seeing a leopard in Yala
- jungle treking and crossing the river
- climbing the stairs to the king's palace
- the sunset at the "end of the world" ...
... as a group for a final meal at seven tonight when no doubt we will put the world to rights before continuing our own journeys in the morning. We are going for the train option in the morning with a journey that should take about 3 hours. Ruth has found our hotel mentioned in a guide to Sri Lanka so now has only the weather to worry about! Don't know if I will write any more for this part of the holiday. Take care R & ...
... We attempted to eat at the place in there also, since our house guest recommended it, but by the time we explored around and came back it was close for late afternoon. That's when we stopped on the coffee shop and rick got his coffee fix, and I had an iced chai tea, and found out the rest of my day would not go as planned.
So we reopened the guide book and made a new plan. There was another Buddhist temple, but this one was much closer so we headed there. They were ...
... wine was £24 each, I only had 4 small glasses, and poor Boz only had a couple of ciders!! It was a nice change though.
On the way back in the Tuk Tuk, I was sitting on the outside of 3 decent sized fellows, as we were reaching the top of a hill with a 180 degree bend on it we slowed down and one of the many street dogs started chasing the Tuk Tuk, well I had about 4 kg of prime calf hanging out and he was getting very close and barking ...