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... have to stand in different queues for another security check, and then foreigners are expected to pay an admission charge of 800 LKR! The staff doesn't ask for documentation proof, so anyone who can pass off as Sri Lankan in looks can actually get in for free. Poova could pass off as a Sri ...
... getting chemo in an old corrugated iron store
shed. On the female ward they typically
squeeze around 70 patients into a 34 bed ward; in some cases there are 3 to a
bed receiving chemotherapy which is wrapped in denim and hung off the curtain
rail. The reason for this bed crisis is in part because most patients on
chemotherapy or radiotherapy have to be in-patients because of issues of
affording transport costs to and from the hospital! It is perplexing to ...
... in the horizon on clear skies, the Indian Ocean is visible in the southern direction some 80 km away. Around 15-20 minutes later, a blanket of mist and cloud started engulfing this area as predicted!
I continued my walk in the vast expanse of grassland and since the weather has unpredictable mood swings in this part of Sri Lanka, the sun now started shining brightly again. Narrow streams meander past the trail road and I passed a couple of bridges. ...
... by his admission) errors could we? So Geoff was left feeling the prat in front of Agoda. Thanks for that.
Fortunatley this was not the whole day today. We woke to dry weather and warm at that. Mr Innocent tuk-tuk boy did carry out his promise (which was always part of the deal anyway) to drive us at 7.15am to Sigiriya where we climbed unhindered by tourists the 1200 steps to the top of the rock. Three and a half months to live. **** it hurt but hey, maybe I'm forcing that ...
There isn't much point hanging around Colombo for more than a day so we move on to climb Adam’ peak. It takes us almost all day to get there, a shocker considering the distance. We become increasingly worried with the way our driver is handling the bus and have a few near crash moments, avoided I am not sure how, but in extremis. We arrive in the small town of Dalhousie (sometimes spelt Del House) at the foot of ...