Blue Sky Beach Resort
Travel Blogs from Unawatuna
... the real world. It had taken 5 months (including a month in The Netherlands), but I was satisfied with the person I was, I was in a happy place. I owe this to various events, but none so more than to my family and friends.
Everyone searches for their own happy place, it could be within oneself, a destination, within another person, and for to long, I learnt, I was investing to much of myself elsewhere and not in the moment, the here and now, myself. ...
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We eat at our hotel, outside after much dithering and I have paella and Mark a vegetable biryani. That's after I start getting worried that the mosquitoes are out to get me, you see my blood is far sweeter tasting than Mark's. I can report, so far, so good. The food was tasty and we had to try the obligatory local beer, lion larger, as it was written on the menu. After feeling full of scrumptious food we decide to sit in ...
... grill with chips and Az gets a Sri Lanka style fish and chips. In the evening we pop by Galle fort to explore the old colonial town. There are old Dutch mansions and expensive hotels. It's a classy town with a lot of character. We enjoy wondering the quiet streets as school children play football and relax by the waterfront. We have dinner at Crepeology, a expat owned cafe with stylish interior and simple crepes pimped up to make a substantial meal. It's a ...
... funny. And I don't mean that her English wasn't very good. It was more like it was something wrong with her voice in general. A little bit like a deaf person. You know how deaf people speak, don't you? To me it's like if somebody who is colourblind was trying to make an argument at the clothes store's checkout that sweater she or he purchased is green but it was blue a second ago (unless you're shopping in Abercrombie & Fitch - everyone is blind there). They basically ...
... is expecting twins. Best bit here was whale watch trip from Mirrissa. Quite rough trip out and just when we thought we were going to miss out saw 5 including one very large Blue. Met nice young couple from Leeds on boat who were a fund of knowledge on Viet Nam etc. On Friday took it easy swimming am then to Galle by Tuk Tuk for walk around ramparts of old town. No traffic very quiet couples having wedding photos taken on beach. Relaxed ...
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