Mirissa Hills - Unique Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... Roger studies for his next licensing exam, both of us browse jobs and real estate in CO.
10am---take the boards out for a surf, right in front of the hotel
11am---shower, change, eat fruit and PB&J sandwiches, stare dreamily at the ocean
12pm---head to the juice bar for one of 100s of freshly squeezed juices and/or milkshakes
1pm---read or take a nap
2pmish---make coffee and/or tea to prepare us for the afternoon's activities
... with our window shopping, we started to get peckish, and stumbled across a burger bar that was ran by a Cuban chef, who told us he had already set up a similar place in the Philippines. It was possibly THE BEST veggie burger I have ever had, and I know that doesn't sound like much to you meat eaters out there, but even Paul was impressed. It was overflowing with crispy onions and their homemade chilli sauce, accompanied by deep fried chips made to perfection. Yum. As ...
Arranged day before for a tuktuk to meet us after breakfast at hotel to take us to Galle (1500 rpees), we squeezed our bags in and off we went. Stopped on way to take photo of stilt fisherman in Walligama(?) and at a turtle sanctuary (500rpees v free at Mirissa!) where we saw some baby turtles and heard about the work they are doing. Arrived at Galle station a bit after an hour,
Left bags at train station (50rpees a piece) ...
... them. It's so heartwarming and gives me hope that times may be changing here..
For our session there we had the theme of music. We taught them about different instruments and played some games and then made shakers out of empty water bottles with chickpeas and rice in them. We sat in a circle and did different rhythms and sang songs. It was just so so nice.
Half way through a guy came in late - he must have been in his 20s but with down syndrome so obviously ...
... some fishermen pull up their boat one morning in Weligama Sean and I came across a man who new yoga. He lost wife and child in the tsunami and was now alone with a new child from another wife. I asked if he could give classes and he agreed. He was super good at yoga but an awful teacher. No tourist would ever go to more than one class with him. And his english was appalling. So I decided to teach him to teach tourists. We spent 3 ...
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