Leynbaan Villa & Fish Spa
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... from Serendipity that we are ACTUALLY meeting Juliet this afternoon. Oliver has arranged for us to do a 'foodie' tour with her (when she is not writing her next book, she takes various walking tours of the Fort). We can't believe our luck that it is Eid today, so she plans to take us on a culinary journey, visiting some Muslim homes so we can watch the women prepare food for the banquets which today 'break the fast'. What a treat is in store firstly to meet her and also share more Fort ...
As these were the last couple of days we had in the units we let them decide what they wanted to do. The girls on Tuesday taught me lots of Sri Lankan dance moves. It was so much fun! It was like learning to break dance but harder. I love it when Sri Lankan people teach me stuff- the language, dance moves and also how to drive a tuk tuk! With the boys we played games and did lots of drawings to make their unit more colourful and welcoming. I'm going to miss the boys a lot ...
... make sandwiches with leftover bread from breakfast, today the filling (recommended by Janaka) was margarine and sugar. Although it was fun there seemed to be no structure involved. Basically it is just playing games, drawing and writing on whiteboards. I found the children hard to engage, however it was a blessing having a teacher there as she could communicate with us in English. The second part of the afternoon was to ...
... the waves crash against the shore. There was only one real answer - I went back to bed.
I woke up a few hours later and felt even worse, but at least there were people up now, so I chatted with Colin. He looked only fractionally better than I felt! Kim, despite not being hungover, had grasped the opportunity to have a lazy day with both hands, she didn't even want to get up for breakfast. ...
... We walked the city walls and through the streets of the old town, had a decent pizza for lunch and made our way through the streets and markets of the new town.
The best part of the day, me being warned about Marco by a local. We walked up behind us and then along next to us for all of 20seconds but apparently this was enough time to deuce that Marco is an evil man and one not to be trusted. Very bewildering.