Haridra Resort & Spa
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... countries where I've had to stand up and introduce myself, I got a mention at the front and a round of applause, which was sweet! I've also been out for dinner a few times and tried more Sri Lankan specialities including egg hoppers. Tonight, the Portugal V Germany football game is on at a reasonable time and so I'm watching at my hostel along with some Australians, Danish... some Portuguese and a ...
... and it was raining, but no lightning so we could teach, had decided today could be a bit more of an assessment rather than working on a main stroke as it's rather hard when have no idea of their levels. Only had 4 at the start as the rain had put quite a few off travelling etc and we actually had 4 volunteers has well so decided it was easiest if 2 got in and 2 stayed on the poolside and take it in turns. I started off the warm up, just by 2 lengths of each stroke ...
... Woman are very subservient, they do not go anywhere alone, they are obedient, beautiful and quiet. unlike the woman in Myanmar who also never were alone they give off the air that they are baby makers and raisers. I think that is,why western woman are harassed by the local men. Come 5 pm it's rare to see any local female in the street.
The people are so friendly even though most have been through hell and back between the long lasting civil war and tsunami.
... next to our rather large backpacks. There were plenty of beggars coming along the train, who the locals seemed quick to donate to, without ever really looking up from their paper or their phone. It is always difficult to turn down people in need, but it can be a bit of minefield and you can't give to everyone. As such, Kim and I decided not to give money to any beggars on this trip. Instead, we will make donations when we get back, hopefully as a more ...
... obscured a lighthouse but there you go, I am not a town planner. It was finally decommissioned in 1952.
The reader should note that the roads leading to the clocktower on three sides are closed as it is part of the security zone around the port which is still very much in evidence despite the end of the war in the country. I took this image from a distance from Bank of Ceylon Mawatha (the very nice policeman gave me ...