The Fort Printers
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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This morning we left the wilds of Yala and commenced a four hour journey to Galle. En route we stopped off at a small turtle hatchery - where some turtles had hatched two days ago. They were so tiny and to think in two days time they'll be released into the sea is crazy. Any eggs there volunteers find or eggs they buy off the black market dealers …
... were resting,overlooking the water when we felt a rain drop so decided to walk back to our hotel. Once again an afternoon shower has come through we have been lucky as it's usually after 4pm which has become our rest time. Had a lovely hot shower and washed my hair ... Feel almost human again. Me and cold showers don't work too well especially when the water pressure is weak! We have just booked our two nights in Colombo and are treating ourselves to upmarket accommodation just ...
... leave! The social worker which works there explained the other day why the boys were in the remand unit. To me, their crimes, were pointless. These poor boys are kept in this home until they are 18, against their will, due to the petty crimes they have committed. Saying goodbye was really difficult. I felt a little lump in my throat and felt my eyes welling up. I loved getting to know the boys, they were such characters and I will always remember them and their ...
The south coast of Sri Lanka comes close to the image of a tropical paradise and has most of the main beach resorts in the country. The white sand beaches are lined with palm trees, the harbors filled with small fishing boats, and the villages backed by emerald green rice paddies. We had the relative luxury of three nights in one hotel in Unawatuna – so nice not to have to pack up your bags and move onwards every day.
Unawatuna is ...
... We walked the city walls and through the streets of the old town, had a decent pizza for lunch and made our way through the streets and markets of the new town.
The best part of the day, me being warned about Marco by a local. We walked up behind us and then along next to us for all of 20seconds but apparently this was enough time to deuce that Marco is an evil man and one not to be trusted. Very bewildering.