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... stayed in a little budget room. The hotel manager was very nice. A young chap my age who would give us the weather news every morning and afternoon. "No sun today." As we walked out on a cloudy day. "Sun come later". And he was so right! Or another time, he would say "very hot today" and again, as we stepped out, it proved to be very hot indeed. This man was possibly the most helpful person. What's ...
... the excellent internet research of VT member alza, who directed me to this wonderful blog,
all becomes clear. The 1668 date on the outside of the gate was
apparently put there by the Dutch and when the British took over they
were too gentlemanly to remove it but rather put their own royal coat of
arms above it, so now I know!
So, all that new knowledge (subsequently gained obviously) and we have just got through the gate!
... Last night the manager of the Lucky Tuna hotel where we're staying plied me with Arak, a coconut distillate, in hope that we'd take one of his inland tours. By night's end no tours had been sold, but we'd made a trade agreement whereby I'm going to ship Johnnie Walker whiskey to Sri Lanka and he'll send Arak to Canada. Soon, monkey's will begin flying from both of our butts.
While doing my first dive this morning, my mind ...
... br> Mark and I seem to have random burnt bits where we missed putting the sun tan lotion; me, top of my leg, feet and straps. Mark; neck, legs and chest. I think we need more practice at applying cream!
I tried my first mango daiquiri today, I might have another one. I'm loving the fresh fruit, at breakfast they give you a tiny piece of lime with the fruit and it tastes amazing compared to the limes you get in the ...
... the bus station saw a high number of casualties due to it being no more than a metre or so above sea level. Leaving this area behind we went for a quick look at the cricket ground where some local school boy practice was going on (in an international stadium!), and were let in all too happily by a security guard. All too happily it seemed, as upon us leaving he didn't miss the opportunity to ask for a bit of extra cash. The fort itself is on a small peninsula jutting out ...