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... I am taking over for him. I spent three hours painting. I could have gotten a lot more done, but the elderly kept coming up to me for hugs and very intense conversations in Sinhalese. It was a really great experience! The temperature is definately a lot warmer here since we are not in the hills, but spending a few hours swimming everyday should fix that. Having an amazing ...
... I was fine which I am so pleased about! As we got nearer the harbour, a massive turtle went past. We stopped to watch, it was huge and was eating a jellyfish! Amazing! That night we had dinner on the beach, you can choose your fish from counters at each restaurant. We chose barracuda. Have never had it before but it was the tastiest fish I have ever eaten! The food here is so good. Rice and curry inland and fish on the coast. ...
... up my pannier-bag and my back **** itself. Could not have happened at a worse time but after 3 voltarin and a can of toughen-up I crawled off the bed, loaded the moto and rode south into the crazy mayhem of Colombo.
Sri lankans love their sports! As I was riding to Colombo through the beautiful Negombo lagoons there was a Marathon happening and Police were everywhere controlling the event. I thought I would be pulled over for sure, but they were too interested in the ...
... side. It quickly became apparent that this would be a long uncomfortable journey as there were no free seats and we would have to stand with our backpacks at hand standing shoulder to shoulder with what seemed to be half the population of Colombo. After an eternity waiting, we left the station and headed down the coast to Hikkaduwa. If you ever go to Sri Lanka.... Get the train when travelling between destinations! The fare is dirt cheap (150 lkr/ 75p to ...
... the village. I got chatting to a Sri Lankan lady at the bus stop and she sat next to me, its so nice that the locals are so friendly, she made sure I got off at the right place. After visiting HSBC (we were running low on cash) I walked to find a shop. The local Food City had everything I needed, shower gel, crackers, ginger beer and ofcourse chocolate!
I walked down into Unawatuna village and back to the hotel ready for Martin to come back so we can go and have ...