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... local man 'pleasuring' himself on the banks of the lake. The later occurred on the walk home from dinner and after the initial shock and horror of what we had just seen, we scampered back to our room and stayed inside. We can't help but giggle about it now, but only because it was so incredibly shocking at the time. To add to our day, Chris was shat on by one of the thousands of Ravens flocking to the trees at sunset... Good luck I hear you say? We will ...
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 ...
... occasional statue of himself--or of a Hindu god to be inclusive). There are more than 150 statues in the five caves. Only one of the caves is spacious. In the four small caves, the statues are crammed in every available space. One of the smaller caves has a 15-meter long reclining Buddha taking up the entire length of the back wall, but the temple developers still found room to stick smaller Buddha statues in around him. This cave also has a shrine to ...
... t like to be over taken, and wasn't. I started off at a decent pace on the flatter ground and didn't let up, very quickly I had reduced my 4layers down to just one and removed my hat. Even at my banana and coke stops I was watching who was going past me to ensure I knew the bench marks of who I needed to be over taking when I set off again.
The walk got very steep and about 80% of it is steps which isn't the easiest however it wasn't a difficult walk ...
... of not long since wild elephants came down the road.
Day 7- I spent the day preparing a lesson plan for my teaching group on dengue fever, malaria and the risks of stray dogs. Unfortunately, due to the random groups when I arrived all the students were around the age of 7 and so the teaching plan was a little too complex and so we decided to play games with the children in order for them to practise counting in English and stating their favourite animals/food/ colour etc.