La Maison Nil Manel
Travel Blogs from Ahungalla
There have been far too many exceptional moments during this trip to pick a favorite in any category. The Singhalese people were happy and smiling, liked Americans, respected grandmothers and helped Carmen and I in any way they could. They were eager to share their remarkable country and heritage and proud of the variety that is within this one full-of-wonders island. A picture says a thousand words so I will attach several to this ...
... ude og ser ufattelig charmerende ud:) desværre er der noget galt med hende, og hun kan ikke sidde ordentligt. Hun falder helt forover, så hendes rygrad er fuldstændig bøjet. Hun burde også efter europæisk standard være et andet sted hvor de kan tage sig af hendes specielle behov og måske lave forskellige øvelser med hende for at forbedre hendes rygrad og muskulatur. Da jeg havde fri skyndte jeg mig hjem, for at ...
... for a while! We didn't get home until about 2am at which point I'd been up for 22hours... needless to say I was exhausted. That kind of set the tone for the rest of the weekend (for which I was just exhausted) and now I'm getting sick. I think.... let's hope not!
Hope you enjoyed reading about my vacation! ...
... the main
road to smaller ones to get to this village; this is one thing that
makes it special. People from all over the world amble about; no one in a
rush. The day starts with a cup of milk tea, some egg curry with
coconut rotte bread, maybe some eggs and toast and fresh fruit when you
are “curried out”. After breakfast, I would take runs in the sand,
looking at all the brightly colored boats.
I learned much about
aid organizations while ...
where it was COLD and the hostel was the most unwelcoming place on the planet! No receptionist, only water in the bar display, dirty tablecloths - but a fireplace in the room around which we huddled on return from an overpriced disappointingly ordinary meal in the 5* hotel in the town.
Next day we moved even higher, to Adam's Peak - beautiful scenery - waterfalls, tea plantations with ...