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... me now, but perhaps once would not. Screeching horns, random goats walking the street, locals fascinated by my white skin. That evening the owner of the Villa took me on his motorbike to grab some cash at the ATM and dropped me to try some local food. I stuffed as much as I could into my piehole, but again, my appetite was tiny. On the way back he informed me that the previous evening, one of the female guests had requested ...
... having a pleasant enough time. We did observe that no one was actually conversing as this was impossible above the deafening cacophony. We left them all to it and retired to bed with our fingers crossed at the prospect of our next hotel down the road.
We need not have worried. We took a tuk tuk ride to the modestly named "Paradise Beach Resort" which was some distance from the main road down a rough path through some pleasant but basic homes. The hotel could ...
... of the world, does not quite cut it. Generally it is a lack of maintenance. In this hotel, on the beach with a pool, seems to suffer from the natural humidity with swollen doors and a rather musty smell. Still next week the prices hike so people must be coming. We managed a brief stroll along the strip, a succession of western steered restaurants and we returned along the beach itself. There were a number of locals swimming ...
... very pet friendly. It is crazy to think that in the US, the pet kingdom is a multibillion dollar industry and many people spend a fortune on their dogs, more than most people spend on their child. Like in most South Asian countries, there are lots of wondering cats and dogs on the streets, but overall i'd say that Sri Lanka is where they look the most miserable. If I could, i'd dedicate my life trying to do something about it. ...
... while aid was provided to those in need. He story was chilling. We asked how, 10years later she could still recite the events and trauma daily to tourists. She said that it was in her heart to show the world how even when nature can cause destruction, mankind come together to mend it. She spoke of how she finds peace in Buddhism and meditation. I have a donation when I left and wrote in the visitors book. The lady wished us all the best in life and prayed that another tsunami would not ...