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We are on the South East Coast heading slowly towards Colombo.Tangalla or Tangelle is the largest southern beach town, approx 200 km from Colombo. We had some serious downtime here, spending 2 nights on this magnificent beach. There was a beach restaurant that felt like it was straight out of a movie, about 5 metres from the water, all palm trees and thatched roof, it was great.
Rooms and pool were ...
... the beach, he invited us to watch the Sri Lanka vs west indies cricket match in the world cup while we sampled the local drinks and "smokes", we saw him at breakfast several times looking quite weary. One night we were walking back from feeding the dog and cat duo and met a local shop owner. He had worked in this shop for 15 years hand making tractor parts on machines that looked and sounded older than the dinosaurs. He invited us in and with the help of ...
... the air conditioning. When everyone was finally done with the 'souvenir' shopping aka coffee stop, we set off on a driving tour of Colombo. We drove through the commercial area of the "Fort" so named, because both the Portuguese and Dutch had a Fort here. We drove past mosques, temples, bazaars, along the coastal road with beautiful views out to the sea where the cannons still stand, past conference halls and other important buildings. The city ...
... huge drop happened. Passport with visa? Yes, and even checked my pocket for the umpteenth time even though I knew it was there. Money and credit cards? Yes (ditto check on that). Tickets? Not needed in this electronic age and I knew I had my relevant reference numbers written down and slipped in my passport. Travel insurance? Oh, bloody Hell. I had tried a couple of days previously to renew my travel insurance with Saga but their server was down for some ...
... area, she managed to keep a slither of her decency by sorting herself out. To quote Abby "it's all fun and games playing in the waves until you lose your bikini!"
The following day, still in Mirissa, we went whale watching which was incredible! We saw a large pod of dolphins (yes i googled what you call a herd of dolphins) and 5 whales all swimming very close to our boat. The Dolphins were spectacular but seeing a whale was something else, needless to ...