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In the evening, the three of us had a spot of dinner on the beach and a few beers - as ever, meeting people was doing my liver no good at all! The bar was really quiet, so towards the evening, we made our way down to the beach for a night time swim in the ocean. It was actually quite overcast, so we couldn't watch the stars as we had hoped, but it was fun nonetheless and the idea of star gazing in the Indian Ocean had been planted...
... drinks and went to sit by the pool. So lovely. Spent a while swimming and enjoying the scenery! On the coast - next to a small beach and breaking waves. With a view of Galle fort. Once our room was ready, wow. We had an upgrade. It's the biggest room I've ever stayed in. With an amazing ocean view and again a view of the fort. Amazing. A while longer of lazing around. Then we went to have a look around the ...
... feed and hold a baby monkey that had been abandoned by it's troop. It was so cute, only a few weeks old and needed a lot of care. I hope Archibald survives!
Concerning food, the fare here so far has been a bit of a let down. ...
... the beach. As we walked down the track to the main road, we had a slightly x-files experience. A pair of headlights blinded us, and this strange whistling tune with a sprinkling of notes from a piano echoed through the air. It was very eery, but soon the culprit came in to view: a mobile bakery with a tune to attract customers.
Once assured that our alien abduction was in fact just a few baked goods in a truck, we found ourselves a spot for dinner. I eyed up ...
... Eco Lodge, and we'll be doing Safari stuff while we're there. I won't have wifi though - so I'll be on a radio silence for a few days, although I'll still write the blog posts. I'll put them up once we reach Kandy. So, if I don't get to speak to you all for a few days (I say this like anyone's actually reading it hehe) I hope you stay well and have a great few days - enjoy the Christmas holidays! See you when I see you, Kieran ...