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... catching up on Game of Thrones and starting the first series of Homeland. Whilst in Bentota we saw lots of wildlife including a massive Iguana in the guest house garden, huge fruit bats and fire flies. We also tried a couple of traditional Sri Lankan dishes. One really nice one was called Kottu which when we ordered we didn't have a clue what it was going to be. It was roti bread diced up with veg and spices, really tasty. Bentota has restored our faith in Sri ...
... the spice garden staff and the fisherman wanted $50 in total, and I felt this was extortionate. This of course was substantially more than he and Sampath were getting, but I still felt he did not quite understand my point of view. Arlene was dead right - spice gardens are rip offs.
By now it was time for the boat trip on the Mangrove Lagoon and this turned out to be excellent. We saw many kingfishers, herons, cormorants and some monkeys jumping from ...
... place. Then the hair was done, wringlets with 2 purple lotus flowers on one side. Followed by traditional Kandian jewellery. The hairdresser said the jewellery was not correct as I wore the sari Indian style not Kandian style. I assured them it was ok. 7 necklaces, and jewellery for the hand, forehead/head, hair, and on the left-hand side of the sari at hip level, all pinned into place.
The ceremony was back-to-front from our weddings. We decided to ...
... part of the country. Its very much an active functioning city: it just to happens to look like it was plucked from the pages of a history book. The fort walls are made mainly of coral collected from the sea and reinforced with sand and lye to hold it all together. The walls are so thick that at at its busiest time, entire families lived with its interior. These same walls helped protect the town inside from most of the damage caused by the tsunami that hit the ...
... headed back to the hotel and walked along the road this time away from the beach. The road was busy with lots of beeping tuk tuks, motorbikes, local buses flying past packed with locals, locals all look and stare, guys hanging out of trucks waving hello, a few stalls selling fruit, a train track and some gravestones. We got to our hotel and jumped in the pool. We headed back to our hotel and chilled out before dinner at a different ...
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