Weligama Bay Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... as we had so many clothes to wash! Em looking up lots for Ireland and we may have to couch surf which is free so that's sweet. Went to Amansinghs for dinner and it was amazing! Had chicken roti, 5 rice and also a chicken curry to share - soooo good!!! Not even $5 each it was outstanding. Headed home and slept like a baby ...
The kids at the teaching centre are really sweet they kiss my feet as they leave. Now that is gratitude! although maybe I should warn them about my athletes foot and verruca's…. not all of them are cherubs, I tried to get this naughty kids down off a table and fell over with him and ended up in this mangled chair/limb/child mess of the floor. I looked like a right knob.
I currently have 45 fly bites on my body, some weeping some swollen. I look like I have the plague. If ...
ok, so a quick update on what's been going on. Johanna promised that I'd write something about the turtle hatchery in Bentota so I'll start with that. Essentially, like Ronseal, It does exactly what it says on the tin. Turtles hatch there. Lots of them. They encourage locals and fishermen to bring in the eggs if found by paying out the equivalent of €1 per egg. It's a private organization that exists without the aid of grants from the government and relies solely on ...
... Tom. This was as delectable as any kade curry, but it made a change eating with cutlery, dressed smartly and washing the whole thing down with plenty of nice wine, and a Tamil pudding called wattalapam. There is never just one way to skin a cat.
After the meal, already sufficiently lubricated, we left Brontė's mum and Alex at the house and headed for a bar at Unawatuna, the next bay east from Galle. I have to say that any going out choices in Galle are ...
... express it-they want their rights and independence in the form of a nation for the Tamils.Although a noble sentiment I find it hard to imagine another country in such a tiny island nation let alone one that could sustain itself economically.I am 2 kms from the center of the city in a quiet neighbourhood and still the army has a presence here but Im here to see other sights.The Nallur Temple is one of the great Hindu temples on the island and its magnificent ochre tower rises ...