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... the only way to get there was then to take a three-wheeler to finish off the journey. We normally don’t like doing this very much because it is quite costly but the driver wanted less than 10$ for the trip so we agreed of course.
The homestay we found in Deniyaya has once again the nicest family owners. We quickly get to talk with one of the brothers that will take us tomorrow to Sinharaja forest reserve and that’s about all we can digest ...
... one that is getting to me the most. If they only understood how much better it would be for everyone if they just used the damn nappies!! The kids get sick all of the time, I wonder why? Jut to add in there aswel, Janaka was there in the evening a few times and couldn't understand why ALL of the children were fast asleep at 7pm. He then found lots of empty bottles of 'perfume'. He asked why there were so many empty bottles, they use it to put in the milk to get the kids to sleep. ...
... I've done some online research and it doesn't look like there are any Sri Lankan restaurants in the DC/Baltimore area, but there are occasional pop-up Sri Lankan supper clubs. I'm going to have to keep an eye out for those when we get back home.
We got gelato again (we have really missed ice cream) and eventually headed back to the western fort walls to look out at the ocean at night again. This time, however, the cops busted us. We honestly had no idea ...
... After that, we went to a cinnamon island, where I got a free stick of cinnamon. But at a cost: my phone fell and broke. Now I won't be able to use it again. After the island, we went to a Buddhist temple, where we didn't do anything. After the temple, we went back to the dock, and had a surprisingly half-ass lunch. Afterwards, we went back ...
... uneventful except for crossing over the ocean and the very bumpy landing in Bandaranaike International Airport.
After immigration, we passed through a duty-free shopping area, which was pretty neat. Collecting our bags was pretty easy, then we met with the driver of our van. He then took us to our van, which was messed up a little bit. After 15 minutes, we started our ride to the hotel. What ...