Blue Sky Beach Resort
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... the bars and restaurants had just encroached a bit far on the beach. We had a drink on the beach and took it all in. After a beer, Colin went for a walk, whilst Kim and I went for a swim. Once we made our way down to the sea, the beach opened up quite a lot and there were great views along the beach. We had seen a lot of the sea ever since we arrived in Sri Lanka, but this was actually our first swim since Negombo, so it was good to be back in the ...
... real ones. So we paid to take photos of fake ones. We gave them the 200Rp (£1) that they asked for. I was actually surprised they didn't demand more. They even let us have a go at sitting on the stick. But I didn't take up the offer - too many slippery rocks for me to be able to make it across!! For tonight, I booked a fairly expensive hotel. As a treat. We arrived at 10am, so our room was not ready. We were ...
... s village outside it's walls. The huts were all made of corrugated tin sheet and were provided as emergency housing after the tsunami but must have been like living in a pressure cooker in the summer.
We had the ...
... of the talking, telling me all sorts of tales and strange facts.
To cut some long ramblings short, no whales were spotted that day. We disembarked, hot and sweaty, skin smothered in sun cream and salt crystals, with the promise of half our money back or another trip for free... another 6 hours baking on a boat?! OK then!
When the sun had set after an afternoon at the beach then chilling at the guest house, we popped on our flip flops to go get ...
... with churches, temples and mosques scattered around. It's a really lovely way to spend a day walking around, chatting to tourists, looking in art gallery's along with many generic tourist shops and stopping for copious cups of local coffee. I also visited a turtle hatchery which was very cool, I was able to hold babies and learn about turtles and their survival in Sri Lanka. The babies are so cute, they have a tough time though, I learnt that for every ...