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... into Gaulle Fort, straight away the evidence of Portuguese, Dutch and British rule became apparent with street names architecture and defences. It is basically a myriad of streets enclosed between the old fortress walls. We walked the walls and streets, meeting all the locals (plus tourists) who just loved to talk and ask questions. A lady asked Debbie if she could have a photograph of her with her daughter. At the North end of ...
Sinharaja Forest Reserve, that mysterious ecosystem located in the Southern Province of Sri Lanka is home to a variety of endemic species of birds, reptiles and plants.
After an hours drive from Deniyaya, we accessed Sinharaja through the Pitadeniya Entrance, one of three entrances to the forest reserve.
It was the bird calls that added life to the early morning environment and atmosphere that preceded us, as we ...
... flies in one place. In addition to the ones circling the food, there were others positioned strategically in the sunlight on the tables. It looked like someone had carefully sprinkles raisons on all the tables. We only asked for 2 veggie and spice filled wrapps but they turned up with 4 on a tray. 2 were eaten and 2 were returned, washed down with a bottle of Pepsi, that just may have been a refill. Having established there was nowhere to get a beer, we headed ...
... 3-4 cm in length, so that kind of reassured me. Until of course, one made it's way into the top of my sock, down to the base of my elastic tight, pant bottom, back up and latched itself on my ankle. I never felt anything, and I kept looking down at my shoes to make sure nothing was trying to get a free meal at my expense. But then, out of nowhere, a huge spot of blood appeared on the back of my ankle, through my socks. I ...
... since it was very expensive!!! “Go to the market and eat authentic Sinhalese food for half the price,” he said but we didn’t listen to his sane words and sat down at a breezy corner overlooking the sea.
TREE TOP RESTAURANT...Hikkaduwa
On the 16th August we celebrated our 34th wedding anniversary . At night we dined at the Tree Top restaurant . The name is definitely not self-explanatory cause it is not on top of a tree. But when you are ...