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- Swimming pool
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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 decided to show her love for tourists ...
... at Udawalawe, home to a National Park famous for it’s elephant population. Kier has chosen this for his birthday treat and we are hopeful of a good day. The accommodation is not quite what was advertised, but the kids are happy, and after a ‘Dad Walk’ I realise this is what is important. So we settle in and the staff prove to be very friendly and accommodating, helping to give The Kid a memorable day. When we explained he enjoyed fishing they even made some rods ...
... en een adapter te kopen want ze gebruiken hier Britse 3-pin stekkers. In heel Zuidoost Azië zijn de stopcontacten iets anders dan bij ons maar ze passen wel ongeveer, dus we hebben tot op heden geen adapter nodig gehad. Marij is hier soms een echte attractie. De meeste mensen gapen of lachen alleen maar vandaag in de Pizza Hut kwamen er zelfs 2 jongens vragen of ze met haar een selfie mochten nemen :-) en de gids vandaag vroeg wat die bruine vlekjes op haar huid waren. ...
... we had been! Still, we would never have found our driver ourselves so I guess you could say it was money well spent if you wanted to put a positive spin on it! Following a very hairy 2 hour drive we arrived at the Millenium Foundation to see the elephants. We had chosen to stop here rather than Pinnewalla as the coach tours were all going there and also we had read reports that ...
... and begun to construct her two chamber nest. During these early stages we waited silently 30 metres away in hopes of not disturbing her, should she be disturbed or feel threatened she will return to the ocean. Luckily, she was satisfied with the conditions and begun to lay her eggs. During this time small groups could approach without disturbing her because she enters a trance and is desensitized to close contact and ...