Jetwing Ayurveda Pavilions
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Left the "hill country" and came back to Colombo and onto Negombo (45km north) to catch a plane tomorrow. Negombo is only about 8km from the airport so it's easier to be here and go to the airport at 4.30am rather than from Colombo at that time. Cheaper too as I got here from Colombo for 40LKR (40 cents) on the train and a tuk tuk in the morning will only cost me $8. There would have been no ...
... of the waves lapping on to the sand a few feet away.
Unfortunately we could not hear the sea owing to some ghastly thumping and screeching sounds which I understand passes for music these days. There were around 7 or 8 beach cafes stretched along the beach all of them lit up in a most attractive manner. We toured them all in the hope of finding a place without the din but failed miserably. We realised that the problem is obviously us, as everyone else seemed ...
... bait for him to have a fish in the local river. Very cool.
We had an early start on the morning of his birthday, as we were getting picked up by the safari jeep at 0600. We scraped the remnants of the cupcakes together, stuck a candle in it and sang Happy Birthday before the sun had risen. The jeep arrived as promised and a guide joined us at the gates of the Park.
We didn’t have to wait long to see elephants. As we rolled into the grounds we saw ...
... to a huge cathedral where we think there was a wedding going on but it was difficult to tell though we walked round the whole building peering in at each open doorway. Later we were passing a Hindu temple and a devotee seemed to suggest it was ok to enter. We removed our shoes and washed our feet, which seemed more ritualistic than effective as the place was not particularly clean with very dirty mats in the entrance. There was ...
... bollocks off from dawn to dusk to trawl in a few nets with a few fish for sale for pennies to the local restaurants. Liza did her best last night to boost the local economy with a King Prawn dinner. And man were they huge. Kingly even I guess.
Unless we get hit by a tsunami or something tomorrow, that's all for Sri Lanka. Comment to follow. You know the score. Or at least those of you bothering to read do anyway.
In the absence of hash, mine's a Vodka and ...