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Travel Blogs from Negombo
... Lots of small tourist restaurants and several largish tourist hotels on the seaward side. Cutting through to the beach we found a couple hundred locals enjoying the late afternoon sun. Mostly young men wearing trunks in the water but also few women in dresses or trousers, and children. As we walked along the beach the numbers of locals thinned out a bit and there were more European tourists nearer their hotels. The sun was dropping into the ...
... her mum, who was a friend of Suresh, and just grabbed my hand and just stared at my palm, running her fingers over the henna and looking up at me, amazed. Suresh asked if I wanted cheap local or fancy local, and being my mother's daughter I said cheap. We went to a vegetarian place ran by his friends, and paid 100SKR (50p!) for an amazing mix of dosa (potato pancake), vegetable curry, seed and grain cakes, and mint and spice dips, which we ate ...
... night ( I had so much fright adrenalin pumping...) I got up this morning to be greeted by the sort of landscape I want to see when I go on an adventure. ( Picture attached) Stray dogs, tuk tuks and higgledy piggledy shacks, which all double as restaurants or a business of some sort.
My room is clean and spartan and the resort has a nice pool and an outside eating area. The best bit, however, is you walk straight down onto the ...
... guy, and Yewende, also from London, and here for three weeks so Angela and I have adopted her into our travel group.
Yesterday we had a slow start to the day, then headed to Colombo Fort to buy our train tickets.
We took the bus through Colombo, which was easy thanks to Angela and Saz knowing their way around and arguing with the conductor if he tried to rip us off.
Buying train tickets was also ...
... of the night in pouring rain and thunder in what’s a place that normally gets almost no rain. The plane parked in the middle of nowhere for passengers to be bussed to their respective terminals, so I got all wet on the tarmac. I was pushed quickly to the front of the security line because I was late for my connecting flight, and I then literally (I don’t use that overused word unless it is literal) ran through the terminal to the gate. Fortunately, they held the ...