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... toddled off for take 2!!!
As the afternoon drew on we headed back through the jungle and trekked all the way down the hill to the main road to catch the bus to Galle for a look around..........we arrived and walked up to Galle fort and on leaving watched a local cricket game, only to leave humiliated moments later when Grahame, given his big opportunity for British glory, missed a catch and we had to make our exit! We got a tuktuk and in rush-hour ...
... sorry if this blog post kind of sucks. I accidentally hit the delete button and lost the entire thing when I was at the point of proof reading it last week. I guess that is how you learn to not write novels on "notes" since you cannot save it. I also learned that I might want to unclog my cloud and have notes backed up periodically. Ah well being slow means one is always learning though unfortunately that dreaded affliction called a.g.e. (right Catherine?) seems to always be one step ...
... the wedding day will be like! Good luck Helen and Dennis :-)
Then it was time to head to Galle, Tyrone and Dammika's home town. So in the van we all piled and off we went again.
And now the time has come for one of these Wandering Wombles to turn 50! So yesterday the EvilOne, aka Anne for the uninitiated amongst you, turned 50! "Oh My Goodness" I hear you say, and, "it's surely not possible" from the rest of ...
... beer in the bar nearest our hotel, which had quickly become a regular haunt. Having eaten there the night before, we wanted to try somewhere else for lunch today, so walked east along the beach to a place that actually ended up being a satellite of the cafe where we had breakfast this morning. Kim and Colin both ordered some rather nice looking chicken wraps, whilst I opted for a tasty fried rice dish. We sat over a couple of beers and enjoyed just staring out into ...
... particularly in spices which were a hugely
precious commodity in those days. In 1637, King Rajasingha II, King of
Kandy, had already asked the V.O.C. to help him oust the occupying
Portuguese from the country and an Admiral named Adam Westerwold was
dipatched. He was subsequently joined by Coster and his force and they
succeeded in first capturing the Fort at Batticaloa. In 1638 the Dutch
and the King made another agreement and proceeded to do ...