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... weren't hanging in the usual bat hanging way. They clearly have some problem with navigating the wires. I'm not sure if it is how thin they are but I suspect it is something to do with the electrical currents that they are emitting and that it messes up the bat radar as those things are masters at not crashing into things like me running screaming from my beach hut in Indonesia while it is zipping around and barely missing me and my flailing arms. Not bad for a creature that ...
... other than sit in a beach bar drinking lion, so we took a trip to Jungle Beach. We walked for about 15 minutes, over a jungle covered hill and past a giant white dagoba. From the name (and what I had heard) I was expecting a secluded beach surrounded by Jungle. What we actually got was a secluded beach that had been over run by a beach bar. It wasn't quite what I had expected.
It wasn't to be a wasted trip ...
... I knew I was in the right place because of the sign. I dragged my kitbag as it was certainly not in rollalong mode now and eventually reached my destination from where I shall let my VT tip explain things.
"I am not sure I should even post this tip as the establishment I am going to write about is going to get so popular and I am not sure I shall be able to get a reservation if I return!
On arrival in Galle I had decided to walk to ...
On the beach today was a snake charmer with a python and another big snake around his neck. Another guy was carrying a monkey. This is definitely not the Jersey shore. Ok, so I realise that I might have extended beach times to the extreme but I am leaving early tomorrow to ramp up the high adventure part of this trip. Although totally touristy, Unawatuna beach was beautiful and a lot of fun with ...
... s son! He also somehow produced a bottle of grey goose and some cranberry juice - felt like I was in Derby for a minute!
We had great talks with the majors son about places to visit in Sri Lanka and also about the properties and beaches he owns and the great charity and community work he and his father conduct. A very interesting person to meet!
We returned to Silva Guesthouse around 4am and had about 3 hours sleep before the sounds of the small town woke ...