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... bollocks off from dawn to dusk to trawl in a few nets with a few fish for sale for pennies to the local restaurants. Liza did her best last night to boost the local economy with a King Prawn dinner. And man were they huge. Kingly even I guess.
Unless we get hit by a tsunami or something tomorrow, that's all for Sri Lanka. Comment to follow. You know the score. Or at least those of you bothering to read do anyway.
In the absence of hash, mine's a Vodka and ...
... eat with their hands, including rice, which is really not practical, and always, always use their right hand because the left hand is considered dirty. I therefore have to get used to it because I am left-handed and this doesn't come to me very naturally. The cuisine is very much similar to indian cuisine with traditional foods such as biryani, roti, and lots of curries, which ...
Saturday started off with a short trek in the jungle, this wasn't too bad although the heat definitely made it harder. There was some stunning scenery, although unfortunately I didn't take my phone as I didn't want it getting wet. We were passing by some houses yesterday and we had seen people washing themselves and their clothes in the river. It's pretty humbling that they are doing that whilst we just have fun in the river. We got to the river ...
... or whatever and just gone to the end of the line for a look round. Chances are it will not be a tourist area and you can get a far better idea of how local people live their daily lives.
Again, some people think I am crazy doing this on the principle that if I am off the tourist trail that somehow I am also off the radar of the police and "safety", or that I am going to end up in some sort of ghetto and run into trouble. ...
... such images but I know at least one of my readers will appreciate this particular one. It might be interesting to try and find out who all these people were and why they were so important to as to have roads named after them. I should say that there are some obviously Portuguese named roads as well and many Portuguese surnames like Fernando ad da Silva dating from the period of their colonialism. I did read that in an attempt to strengthen national identity ...