Time N Tide Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... br> And at night, love story begins... I was at hotel reception to get better wi-fi signal and 2 beautiful Bielorussian girls sat next to me... after a while, one of them left and the other started talking to me... in Russian... I told her that I don't speak Russian (guess she could read that on my "eing" face anyway)... she didn't talk more... ok, I know, not a good love story... but it continues the next day...
... after looking at the faff with the trains we decided to pay the £30 and do it in comfort!). Hikkaduwa is the perfect beach destination if you want to eat, drink and surf. I couldn't spend longer than the three days we had planned but I'm sure that's more my thinking I am missing something amazing by just laying in the sun! Some of the sights we saw in Hikkaduwa was a big 'Cinnamon Festival' by the Hindus, they were dressed in fabulous colourful traditional ...
... sank swiftly into the Indian Ocean. Just returned from my best meal in about four months. Lamprais: various meats and fish cooked with rice and spices in a banana leaf, served with an onion and tomato samba followed by buffalo yoghurt and jaggery- a kind of sugary extraction from coconut palms I believe. Roz had seared tuna on a bed of really dry split pea dhal, also excellent. This was eaten outside on a balcony while a tropical shower fell heavily around us filling the night air with exotic ...
... something glistening in the water when the sunlight caught it. About twenty jellyfish surrounded us! Needless to say we wussed out and left the water, cutting our snorkelling experience very short. We went for a stroll down the beach in search of turtles, failed, and went back to the bar to meet Offie. We sat chatting for a while, and were joined by a German couple who wanted know where my AWESOME silk Ali Baba pants were from. I described the shop to them and we parted ways, ...
... who wanted to work with them. I'm so glad we decided to work in the boys unit and weren't put off by the murderer who was supposedly amongst the boys! If I was able to spend more time in Galle, I'd want to return to schools and work more with older children (as now their term tests are over) and then in the afternoons visit the boys and progress with their english learning. During my time in Sri Lanka, I've worked with children and young adults aged 6-19 and I ...