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Wednesday 9th March 2016 - Tangalle - Amanwella Resort
It was a long drive today from Dickoya to Tangalle but the first part of the journey was amazing. The road was rough and windy but went through hundreds of acres of tea plantations. We saw many many tea pluckers and it put together the picture of tea plantation life for …
Day 30 : Ella to Tangalle : 13/10/15
Some days aren't easy, some days aren't filled with fun and laughter every minute but I do genuinely feel that every day since I have been away has had good in it.
Today, Ruth, Phil and I headed to Tangalle on the bus. I was up early after my dreadful sleep and decided to get myself some breakfast before getting on the bus. Ruth came to meet me at the cafe and we walked up to the bus ...
... he felt he was content to wait. However, he didn't realise how slow it was going to move and ended up waiting for another 4 hours before hitting the top. It was very high above the clouds in the sky and Liam was absolutely freezing during this time so unfortunately he was unable to get his phone out and take a picture of where he could see the sun starting to rise with the night time sky beside it whilst he was in the queue. It was the beginning of the holidays ...
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The time had come to leave the wet hills to head for the beach, after much deliberation on the best direction to travel in, we decided on the South Coast.
After more rain, we loaded our soggy belongings and selves onto a surprisingly empty local bus, heading for 3hours down windy roads, encompassed in green forest and mini waterfalls, to Wellawaya (a delightful place where an equally delightful local lady ...
... year and the pages were almost full. Fingers crossed my insurance will pay for it. She was also kept telling me that I needed Dad to go to the passport office in Australia and submit his birth certificate (or have the original air-couriered over to her. This was so strange as I had been able to fill out an entire form on the internet. I just hadn't printed it out. They took my phone at entry so I was unable to show her. It wasn't until she finally showed ...