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... that today. De 3e tuktuk pakt het net iets anders aan dan de rest en hij heeft succes. Hij is mooi gekleed, lacht vriendelijk en legt uit wat hij kan doen voor ons. Hij biedt ons een toer aan langs de belangrijkste plekjes in Colombo voor 10$ per uur. Ok 7,5€/h is niet goedkoop maar ook niet onoverkomelijk dus de bedoeling is er een uurtje of 3 mee rond te rijden en dan zullen we het wel gezien hebben. The third tuktuk has a different approach than the others and he is ...
... elephant sanctuary. Outside the botanical garden we were watching a snake charmer with two cobras and a python, it was the first time that I saw a whistle blowing entertainer get bitten by one of the cobras! the speed with which it strikes is unreal, he had two deep teeth marks, but said he milked the snake before. Me and Jerome started to explore the ancient cities together and travelled to Habarana from Kandy by bus. Habarana is very popular for seeing crocodiles and ...
... or 3D film where stuff constantly comes flying towards you, but somehow manages never to physically hit you. Traffic with a kick, definitely something for the adrenalin junkies out there.
The humid air ensures that we are all drenched in sweat 24/7 but the warmth is more comforting than nauseating. I find myself enjoying being warmed up, inside out, all the way to the bones - getting rid of the European cold and out of the unreliable changeable weather back home. ...
... usually very colourful. Close to the temple was a large rounded white building which the guide informed us was a 'Stupa', which contained the relics of the temple. We continued our sightseeing tour of the city and then had a stop for refreshments before continuing with the tour which led us along the seafront, the promenade and passed some very modern and old hotels and some interesting colonial buildings. The tour ended back at the ship. Before we went on our ...
... were sitting pre-prepared on top of the chiller cabinet. I had a look around and it
was certainly a lovely eating space, including what seemed to be some sort of "chillout" bar to the rear w2hich obviously doubled as the managers office. This idea was confirmed when the obviously Sri Lankan manager, who had been in some sort of business discussion with a
gentleman and lady approached me for a chat. In the course of discourse (I like that phrase, it ...