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... overtake in the full knowledge a bus was heading right for us. We arrived at the Riverside Inn Fuji at about 1pm and was greeted by the owner Mr Kumara, a middle aged gentleman who sat us by the river and brought us a drink of 'sour apple', a brown looking liquid which had a taste that should have made it technicolor! We have never tasted anything so different and pleasant. Now, Mr Kumara is a very personable chap, however at times, ...
About 20 Germans have invaded beach haven. They were up all night partying and I didn't get to sleep until midnight, which meant I slept through my alarm. I kinda hoped they would extend the invite. But one of the German girls seemed so *****y... She never smiles and has a permanent ***** look on her face. I was waiting to use the sink to wash up my tea cup and she blatantly wouldn't move, even though she could see exactly what I wanted to do...So I had to wait. I ...
... city walls along the small beach which is Galle harbour. Huge tuna fish and stalls filled with the day's catch. Fishing boats lined the beach and nets are cleaned as locals catch up with each other as they head home with their bags of fish. One man just grabbed his large pink fish by the tail and headed off. RAMPART WALKS WITH DIVERS AT SUNSET. We joined the locals and tourists for walks on the city walls, a popular venue for the local Army Base (within the walls) and their ...
In the afternoon I went to the English teaching project & observed/helped out with some classes. I've continued helping Chloe out with the younger group since & we've just started a new project elsewhere, I teach the youngest group at the new project too. It's quite difficult sometimes as they are complete beginners & don't understand much.
We had a party at the volunteer house for Nalaka's birthday Monday night which was ...
... Wasser-Waran zu beobachten. Ein Highlight war auch der schwimmende Kokosnusssaftstand, an dem man sich eine Erfrischung gönnen konnte – mitten in der Lagune. Zurück ging es über den Bentota River, welcher in den indischen Ozean mündet. Trotzdem hier alle Einheimischen sehr freundlich wirken, sind viele doch sehr aufdringlich und versuchen mit allen Mitteln ihre Waren den Reisenden aufzudrängen. Gut gebräunt und ...