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... was asked to help assist picking up and lifting the turtle, it took over 5 minutes to get a proper grasp because the safest place to grab her was buried underneath a collapsing sandbank. After the scramble and heavy lifting, the local guardians thanked everyone in the group for helping the turtle out of the danger.
Below are photos of what we experienced, but these are not our photos as flash photography is strictly prohibited. ...
... with various spicy toppings. If you get a chance "do try them" sorry, Dilmah pun. After near s**ting myself after, we jumped in tuk tuk and headed 7kms up the road to what was promised to be a lonely,long stretch of beach. Along the way we passed through the town of Tangalle and another hectic underdeveloped but all so charming town.Tangalle was brimming with road blocks that did nothing and armoured personnel with complimentary AK-47's. My curiosity ...
... that night, I have Sri Lankan curry which I am still loving and Lorenna and Marco have fish of the day with the biggest prawns! Everyone feels sleepy and retires to their room whilst I attempt Skype. With the 5.5 hour time difference, I don't have much luck as most people are still at work. The manager is getting restless and wants to go to sleep so I admit defeat and head back to the room. Wally is chilling and Amy is ...
Following our time inland we headed South to the beautiful beach of Mirissa. Completely different from the quiet of Kalkudah and not at all like the too cool surfer attitude of Arugam Bay, the beach at Mirissa was the most stunning I have seen in Sri Lanka and very chilled. Instead of vast expanses of sand, the beach is nestled in a small cove with mangroves and palm trees ...
... back to Sha Sha for dinner where Michael had ordered lobsters and jumbo praws as well as a Kingfish...perfection again!
After 3 days at the beach we need a little change in scenery (aren't really the beach types...) and head to Unawatuna, about 2 hours from here, another little beach place, but this time in a little village. Gonna be our 2 last nights. The girls don't want to go home, but well, every trip has an end. Let's just enjoy each day, until the end!!