The Waterside Bentota
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... We climbed up to Lipton's seat which is the top of Sir Lipton's tea plantation (the man who owns lipton tea...obviously). There was an incredible view and we could see for miles! We had Sri Lankan tea at the top whIch kind of tasted like smoke but the view made it taste better. I didn't think I'd enjoy the tea plantations so much but I loved them. Best weekend so far! I'm home two weeks yesterday, can't believe how quick it's going. Maaad! Chloe ...
This week I've been progressing with my Sinhalese language learning. As you can see the blog heading (phonetically spelt), I learnt to say that I am a teacher! This wasn't the only thing. Vinuji (the host families daughter) has been teaching us other useful sayings like: Oiata peesue, which means 'you are crazy'. Apart from teaching us some more Sinhalese, Vinuji starts her important grade 5 tests this week. These examinations are very important in ...
... surf. But, now we have moved across the road to a block of apartments. Can't wait to be able to cook for ourselves again, starting tomorrow. There is a reef just off the beach in one section, so that creates a protected lagoon for me to swim in, ideal. The water is very pleasant, warm in the afternoons, and a little bit fresher in the mornings, definitely not cold at all. The weather is about 30C during the day, and very humid. We need the fan on ...
... special needs home etc anywhere in the world). I just wanted to say that because I know it may seem that I'm holidaying it up all the time but I'm not - and I look forward to showing you the photos of projects and the hospitals etc when I'm home, to illustrate what I've been blabbering on about in these blogs! :)
Anyway... Following my entry last monday I headed off to my teaching placement at Sangamitta Girls Home. I still stand by what I said - they're so cheeky, ...
... us again. We made our excuses and headed off back to the turtle hatchery early, where we found Jenny and a handler digging out some more babies to put in the bath. We then helped them select the babies to be released; we had to turn them over and check their belly buttons - if they were closed they were good to go! After selecting 32, we put them in a bucket and carried them down to the shore. Jenny drew a line in the sand (the 'start line') and we each ...