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... eating with my left hand (horror of horrors) but in fact this lady here had her 'blue lycra bike glove on her right hand to keep it clean post surgery. (explanation to follow). We couldn't possibly eat it all so a doggy bag was produced and all for the princely sum of $2 and the experience worth a million! LYCRA BIKE GLOVE LADY emerged as the perfect way to keep my still sore post surgery hand clean (a plea from our GP who was worried about Sri Lanka so soon after surgery). It ...
... s family for dinner, some wanted to stay a bit longer but Cat and I decided to take the bus then, we made it to the bus station just in time for the Galle-Maharagama AC Express coach. This was a bit more expensive than the normal public buses but totally worth it as straight along the highway and we all had a seat, very comfortable and still only about £2.10. We got into the town at a good time meaning we could get a ginger beer before getting ...
... the Rainbow Song (one they didn't know!!). The other remaining classes found it particularly difficult to understand the differences between certain colours (red and orange) and also the song and the game. In planning for next week I need to recap the different colours. I think that by using concrete objects like flowers, it will allow children to understand the differences much better. After I'll need to revise the song, placing emphasis on the newly ...
... the cricket ground for a bit, but it was pretty low key, so we didn't stay too long. When we eventually got to the Sidnee Hotel, we discovered that it was now called the Sydney Hotel. To find that it was now spelt right was disappointing enough, but it was also closed! We ended up asking a few locals and ended up in a place around the corner.
Kim, Colin and myself had a few drinks in there and hatched a plan for our journey home. Colin had ...
... to actually hold us all on one deck. Brilliant to watch.We'd been sailing about half an hour or so when a Sri Lankan accent shouted "dolphins" and I looked up to see that there was an upper deck too with an arm pointing from it to the left. Suddenly we were surrounded by large grey dolphin; about a half dozen of them swimming in front of the boat. More appeared jumping out of the water with others seen in the distance. Before long we were amongst the biggest pod ...