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... accurately today. Beautiful old Burgher stone houses, with large verandas or stoeps, line the warren of streets, making it a particularly pleasant place to just wander around. Over the last ten years or so, Galle has had somewhat of a renaissance as expats and Sri Lankans have seen the tourist potential of the crumbling streetscapes, with the result that there are now boutique hotels and nice restaurants mixed in with family ...
... a tuk-tuk driver, called Cha, who
remember that I was going around with a white girl and an Indian girl before –
my entourage. He spoke great English and was very smiley so we’d taken his
number. Today we called on him to take us to the nearby cave temple Degale
Doruwa, half an hour out of town. It was shut when we arrive but with some
Sinhala magic from Cha and happy, fat monk arrived with a giant brass key and
insisted we photograph him while he ...
... from their sparkly white uniforms.
Around the fort walls, people were out walking and flying kites. Not so many tourists, just locals enjoying themselves. We saw a number of couples having their wedding photos taken up on the walls too. Jan asked one couple if we could take pictures – they were very happy to oblige – a change form the "sneaky GoPro pics".
I’m glad the decision ...
... the past 20 minutes... I still have my wet wipes... Too bad they've been made redundant by my clothing.... And I didn't even get the gifts I was searching for. (Sorry in advance to all who might be wondering what you're getting as gifts from my expedition... The blog is it, unless I find something worth getting between my hotel and the airport tomorrow). More people piled on the bus... We were a pack of wet dogs, on a bus, in Colombo. What a wild way to spend my last night in Sri ...
... interesting cases. One tiny woman who is having triplets! She only has one placenta (monochorionic) which means they will all be identical! It also puts them at a high risk for a thing called twin to twin transfusion syndrome so she will be in hospital for quite some time. I hope I get to see her delivery! There was another lady who had a baby that was anencephalic which means it doesn't have the forebrain or cerebrum or covering of the brain... I.e. it ...