Dream View Villa
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Travel Blogs from Galle
... to the hill country, where it's supposedly cold like Scotland! Then on Saturday we descend to Kandy, visiting the Tooth Temple and watching some traditional Sri Lankan dancing then finally heading towards Negombo on Sunday, visiting an elephant orphanage, before flying home in Monday. I feel excited to be travelling home soon and seeing everyone, but at the same time I don't want this adventure to end. It won't be long until I'm up and going again, watch this space.... ...
... br> I decided to go on the other optional excursion, a half day whale watching boat ride. It was discovered not that many years ago that a significant number of Blue Whales, the largest of all whale species, congregate some distance off the south shore of Sri Lanka. Whale watching trips in most parts of the world you can do them are usually pretty expensive with no chance of success. The $50 trip including breakfast didn’t seem like too ...
... with the school I was teaching in in the north, they are far better off and their English is also much better! Tomorrow is our first day at the orphanage! We will be working in a baby and toddler unit (David get the nursery ready! Ps I'm just kidding (kinda) don't stress mum!) There are other units attached to the department of probation where the orphanage is situated,so we might get the chance to do some work there ...
... was it that he kept spitting out of his red stained mouth? Was his mouth in such a bed way that it was constantly bleeding and he needed to spit? I had a look at the bright red substance and it did resemble the insides of a rotten mouth. He also reminded me a little of Beatle juice mixed with the scary man on the underground in the film 'ghost', whenever he asked me a question he would pull himself right up to the wing mirror so I could see the ...
... so could breathe some fresh air, but also felt very penned in as a result. We were relieved when we finally got to Galle, and happier still when we saw how pleasant and picturesque the walled old city is.
The old city, contained within the walls of a fort, feels a bit like a medieval European city plopped down in a beautiful tropical setting--albeit a European city with a mosque and Buddhist temple. The Portuguese built part of the fort in the 16th ...