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Travel Blogs from Hikkaduwa
... couple of days were spent walking Galle Road, eating, drinking, swimming (and being wiped out by the huge waves) and sitting in the sun for about 4 mins at a time before thinking I was going to burst into flames! Relaxing is really hard work, sometimes we get restless, other times doing nothing proves to be more tiring than climbing mountains! We manage to do a lot of reading, talk about upcoming travels, chat to the locals and negotiate a good fare price for a taxi up ...
... to what has been a totally surprising, exciting, different and epic week, never did I think I would have this many opportunities out here, it almost feels like we have too much 'holiday' at times but it's just how it is out here and we work very hard at projects, and have just been very lucky. Originally I would have been back in England this weekend at the YFC AGM, instead I was at a very different conference and parties. Think lesson planning on Mon will be a ...
... I am taking over for him. I spent three hours painting. I could have gotten a lot more done, but the elderly kept coming up to me for hugs and very intense conversations in Sinhalese. It was a really great experience! The temperature is definately a lot warmer here since we are not in the hills, but spending a few hours swimming everyday should fix that. Having an amazing ...
went on a whale safari in mirissa. at 7 in the morning we left the port, and were out for a couple of hours. saw countless of dolphins, some of them following our boat. also saw 4 big whales, but can't remember what they were called. quite an experience at least! i never usally get extremely sea sick, but the waves were c-r-a-z-y. after about ...
... mad bus drivers, tuk tuks, cattle and even an elephant but the scenery was amazing. I had to stop a few times to stretch the back and pop some Voltarin but by this stage my **** was hurting nearly as much as my back.
I pulled over near a bridge by the coastal lagoons of Bentota for my last break. I was standing there stretching and this weirdo jumped out of the bushes and grabbed my arm. He was pointing at his eyes calling them the moon and the sun and then started pulling ...