The Oasis Villa
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... after looking at the faff with the trains we decided to pay the £30 and do it in comfort!). Hikkaduwa is the perfect beach destination if you want to eat, drink and surf. I couldn't spend longer than the three days we had planned but I'm sure that's more my thinking I am missing something amazing by just laying in the sun!
Some of the sights we saw in Hikkaduwa was a big 'Cinnamon Festival' by the Hindus, they were dressed in fabulous colourful traditional ...
... we liked Sri Lanka, but didnt love it. Our experiences have been far better in SE Asia and for this reason we would not recommend Sri Lanka until you have been elsewhere. People nice though and didnt feel like a walking wallet. Food got boring, nothing like the variety in India etc. and except the seafood it was hard for Josefin to get non-spicy stuff. Would we go back. Yes - we want to see some of the north, but we're in no hurry.
... content myself with a photograph of whatis a fairly impressive building although t did strike me that architecturally it looked rather more like a European Christian church than a mosque. It is not of huge historical importance having only been built in 1904 on the site of the old structure dating to the mid 18th century but it is a pleasant building to look at and like the lighthouse (see separate tip) although ...
... take over from us when we leave - something we didn't have and which I think they will find really helpful.
The new managers are really sweet.. From Kotte I chose Ciaran - a really lovely and very capable guy who is great on psych projects and makes his sessions really interactive. From maharagama where Ellen is based, Hannah was chosen who is equally suitable! They should do great!
So, that brings me to my day off yesterday, which Ellen, Ebhin and I spent ...
... the spice garden staff and the fisherman wanted $50 in total, and I felt this was extortionate. This of course was substantially more than he and Sampath were getting, but I still felt he did not quite understand my point of view. Arlene was dead right - spice gardens are rip offs.
By now it was time for the boat trip on the Mangrove Lagoon and this turned out to be excellent. We saw many kingfishers, herons, cormorants and some monkeys jumping from ...