Windmill Beach Hotel
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... he, too, was heading from hostel to hotel.
When we got to the hostel, there was a guy sat outside the rooms. His face looked really familiar so, after taking another look, I asked if we'd met before. He said my face looked familiar, too. I asked his name and it was Neal. Well, I met Neal at the Gateway of India in Mumbai. Can you believe it? Turns out, I'd also seen him in Ella but, at that point, I just assumed it wasn't him. He confirmed it ...
... of transport today:
Auto rickshaw from the fort to Pizza Hut (which was closed) then to KFC in Galle City. Walked to the train station from KFC for the 3:20 train (3 hour) train ride to Colombo. We picked up the luggage left in a locker at Colombo Station, auto rickshawed to the ...
... minutes away and when we arrived we realised just how touristy the orphanage is. We headed straight to the river for a refreshment of tuna/onion sandwiches and cool drinks as it is around 11am by now and most of us haven't had anything to eat since 5am... We watched the elephants play in the river and some people fed some elephants banana's or got a photo patting the elephants (all for a fee of course)... I was happy just to watch them enjoying the water and ...
... past us every other minute. It was hot, no A/C and some bright spark decided to turn all the fans off. Perfect. To top it off, I witnessed a adolescent kid messing around and leaning right out of the doorway, whilst holding onto the rails, almost have his head taken off by a pole that he didn't see coming. I'm still not sure how he didn't lose his head, as he soon after collapsed onto the train floor with blood spilling out of ...
... and upon arrival, pushed out another 3km walk, fighting off tuk-tuk and taxi drivers all the way. Every time I asked her if she wanted to grab a cab she just said she felt like walking the distance. She didn't always look happy, but when I asked her if she was smiling on the inside a beaming grin would spread across her face. We are in Sri Lanka after all. We checked into our room, which is just about big enough for our bed and the 2 back packs, and freshened up before taking a ...