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Couple of rainy hours in Hikkaduwa - it is a perfect time for writing the blog. As well this time is useful for taking a shower and calling parents. May be good for cup of tea and random chat with smiley hotel staff. Under this thunderstorm everything and everyone get refreshed and being getting ready for all the rest, which is happening outside of …
... back to the hotel to check us out as time was ticking on, I did almost lose him to one of his new friends who wanted Grahame to go to a party to celebrate Buddhas birthday........but luckily he resisted and instead returned to me with money in his pocket and a wet t-shirt from his walk in the Sri Lankan humidity! A fresh t-shirt for Grahame and our backpacks on, we were off on our first 'local bus adventure' catching (& when I say catching I mean ...
... Torturing myself, I watched is plane take off before heading off to sort out my own flight. We had had a trip that far surpassed our expectations, but at least it gave us the drive to start planning our next trip. I boarded my plane for Kochi, India, and set off on the short 50 minute journey across the water, ready to meet my sister the next day. I was surprised to get a meal on such a short flight, but I wasn't really hungry anyway. Landing, I went through immigration and collected ...
... diving back into the sea. There was never a shortage of food in Mirissa which was great, and just in case it was raining hard outside, there was of course the bread van that would be roaming through the streets playing it's tune. Here though the bread van was almost double the size of the ones we have seen and had lots more to offer. On almost our last day we finally managed to locate the famous Dewmini Roti shop which actually is more than a restaurant than a shop. We went ...
... 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 ...