- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... along the ground, - rattling the window panes, the cups in their saucers and the fillings in your teeth as it honks and parps its ear-splitting horns all the way through town. As incredible as it sounds, by the end of the week, I wake up at 6.30am, and realise that I have slept through the early train without a murmur. I am still amazed about this one.
After the train has gone the railway line becomes a hive of activity, - children skip up and down it, ...
... I didn't even know the boy and I was crying. The whole thing just felt very emotional. After spending less than 2 weeks in the remand unit he was going home again. I wonder what it felt like for him, a holiday? A get away? Time to relax? The boys don't do much in the unit, there are books for them to read but other than that they just sit and watch television all day. I'm glad that we visit in the morning as they have something to look forward to! I'd really like to visit them ...
... to have look but he was right back grabbing the camera and saying that there were 2 green turtles being fed with sea weed. I could have not believed as this was another childhood dream of mine and I was so excited to see these amazing creatures. There was also a guy from a turtle rescue centre handing out the sea weed for people to feed them. We found out that these turtles are there on the same spot every day – nice one :)
Just a note on the side - good idea is ...
... Sri Lanka, could definitely enjoy another month here. So many memories and adventures that can't be captured in a photo...the smell of salted fish drying in the afternoon, the constant noise of buses and trains and tuk tuks on the road, the musical bread truck that went by every evening. So much to explore, really beautiful country, great surf and such beautiful people, I look forward to coming back one day. For now on to the next part of this adventure...Vietnam.
... on my part and much persuasion on his part, I finally accepted only to find out that he had a whole lot of offers to make for tours, transportation, meals etc... I told him I was staying one night only and was leaving in the morning. I think I will have to systematically stop the conversation from now on, as soon as I see where ...