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... very pet friendly. It is crazy to think that in the US, the pet kingdom is a multibillion dollar industry and many people spend a fortune on their dogs, more than most people spend on their child. Like in most South Asian countries, there are lots of wondering cats and dogs on the streets, but overall i'd say that Sri Lanka is where they look the most miserable. If I could, i'd dedicate my life trying to do something about it. ...
... weapons, a room
full of old Dutch headstones brought from elsewhere and that is about it
really. the enclosed garden is delightful, however and strangely you
cannot even here the hubbub from the street outside, it is a very
The ground floor would be wheelchair accessible
but the upstairs which houses the bulk of the exhibits would not. The
toilets should you need them are at the ...
... seen anywhere. I shall try to take a video at some point to share it with you.
A fellow passenger kindly showed me where to get off and as soon as I stepped down from the bus, the hassle began. The hassle I refer to is the drivers of tuk-tuks, auto rickshaws, auto trishaws or whatever you care to call them. You literally cannot walk ten feet here without them sounding their horn or shouting at you. It really does become ...
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... on Han's credit card. Luckily there was food on the flight (of the spicy noodle curry variety...we mistakenly put vanilla flavoured dessert yoghurt on to cool it down). We were met at the airport by one of the sisters and it took about an hour to get to Asha Deep, the orphanage we would be staying at. Upon arrival, we were greeted by a number of very excited girls and Sister Lucy, who asked us if we had had anything to eat. We did the (stupid!) British ...