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... getting dolled up for dinner. Unfortunately the clifftop restaurant we had chosen was shut but we ended up at a nice place anyway. Was a very relaxing few days, walking the beach, having G & T's on the balcony, swimming in the rooftop pool or in the sea, sitting right on the sand at the many beach restaurants having delicious food. Had an interesting arvo with our favorite Tuk Tuk driver whom became a friend, we were going to a temple but ...
... road the heat must be around 35c and the humidity about 80% we'll hot!
In the ground we are up on the 5th level, tickets cost 2000/- rupees that equals £20, but the locals can purchase a ticket for 100/- rupees, that is 50p! There is a nice breeze blowing through the stands that keep you cool.
The match starts and within 2 overs the heavens open, it literally pours down, ...
... the time thus not counting as an 'activity'.
There are plenty national parks nearby and we decided to do a jungle walk in the Kennaliya Rainforest which is a part of the Sinharaja National Park. It was supposed to be only a half day trip from 7am till 2pm and the day started extremely well because on the way to the rainforest not even 30 minutes on the road my wife yelled out to our driver to stop as she saw something massive in a rives ...
... Rob Smith to take his picture in the campest way possible adding "and you'd better make me look pretty" Good grief, carry on captain. The subsequent show of Grant then draping himself around the rails of the boat while ordering the ever patient Rob to "take another one please" was like a car crash; you don't want to look but you just have to. Anyway it broke the ice with the Germans, half of which were laughing while the other half tried to hide on a boat only just ...
... 2nd class, the windows open, being able to lean out, fabulous views of the high mountains and tea plantations, the occasional seller passing through, peanuts roasted with curry leaves, sweetcorn fritters. Station master whistles and train horn blasts, rattle of old tracks, bells at crossings. Really beautiful! Ella, a sleepy little village, famous for its mighty rock and 'the gap' view, which our lovely guest house looked straight out over. Climbed little Adams peak, ...