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... commit to their service they are every bit as gracious and friendly as every other Sri Lankan giving advice and helping you find hotels that don't exist. The tuk tuk ride, like Sri Lanka itself, is exhilarating. The colours whizz by, streets so full of life, the buzz of the motor, the honking horns as you weave in between buses and lorries carrying elephants with the sun on your face and the breeze in your hair.
That is Sri Lanka.
Goodbye, I feel I hardly knew ...
... It's only 30minutes by train. She comes from England, UK but everybody thought she is Sri Lankan (from her look). She is teaching English in Sri Lanka for 3 months. She told me that she has another 2 weeks to go before she leaves Sri Lanka. She is a good person and I really like talking with her. She inspired me alot, especially volunteering as a teacher, someday I will make it happen. We were sharing and talking about our each work experience for ...
... from all over the world, and I felt a real sense of being at the centre of something important.
The next day I was back at the conference, and followed through discussions on the topics I had been to the day before. Unfortunately, during the course of the day morale among the delegates noticeably dropped when it became apparent that the zero-draft policy document for the conference had already been written by the "grown ups", and the contributions of ...
... a blog post of its very own, but alas my internet access does not grant me this luxury. When we arrived, we were directed to our seats by a man we presumed to be the owner. It was only when he then got on a moped and drove off that we realised he did not even work there... Almost immediately after giving us our menus, which we had to read by the light of our phones, the (actual) owner demanded that we give him our orders. We hastily did so, and then proceeded to wait ...
... cute soon after did something inappropriate and the other got a little aggressive (see photo) I did my best to absorb some of the history and learnt that the 4 sufferings in Buddhism are represented by animals - birth (elephant), disease (lion),ageing (horse),and death (cow). There were some carvings on a moon stone of the animals but the Hindus took offence to use of cows (which are sacred in Hindu) and it was replaced with mythical geese that drink mythical milk..... The story ...