Dream View Villa
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Galle
... perfect for discouraging hand shakes (I just put up my blue glove as a salute now) but also a great talking point as everyone wants to know my hand story. One old man seemed to know a bit about carpal tunnel and was sympathetic. It is serving a purpose to keep the hand clean. STREET ART. This tiny village oozes quirky signs and street art somehow fitting in with countless gem and jewellery stores. I visited a very quirky museum alone and was taken on an 'IKEA' like visit through ...
... bus to our homestay. Again we managed to get on just as it was getting busy and got a seat as two people got off just as we got on, and everyone else was crammed in. As the rest of my house had gone to Danielle's to see her family and have a meal I went round to the other house for dinner, in the end it was only me and Cat, but was delicious and lots of it. This also meant I could show their family the video of them dancing on Friday night. It was a ...
... of pink and purple to make sure they can also tell which one is which. On Friday, my school was closed due to the Sri Lankan provincial elections. They were using the school as a polling station. We started our morning of visiting The Department of Probation and Child Care Services to finalise mine and Kirsten's details for partaking in such projects: the unit for sexually abused girls and the remand unit for badly behaved boys. After sorting out all the ...
... the train from the Wirral to Turkey and we had seen a cheap flight to Istanbul on skyscanner. Getting the train home for the last leg of our journey seemed fitting, given how we started. This idea just felt right - we were excited at the prospect of another epic rail journey. After a couple of drinks, Kim left Colin and I to it and the two of us sat in there and chatted about football and our respective travels, as the bottles of Lion kept flowing. ...
... seen, at least 50 of them all around, it was incredible. Hangover forgotten I staggered my way to the back of the boat to join some of the crew on the top deck. It was hard work standing still as the little boat swayed a lot but the view was worth it and I hung onto the rail mesmerised by so many wild dolphin being comfortably close to our boat. It was while I was enjoying the dolphin show that the first shout of "whale" was heard; and there over to the left about ...