from the corner room you can see both sunrise and sunset
I am assuming this guy is famous in Sri Lanka
many signs are in three languages – luckily I understand one of them
Sri Lankan flag on the fort
on one of the buildings in Galle
They put powerpoints in the most inconvenient of places. They, with all the adapters needed one must improvise.
on a hill on the outskirts of Kandy
I stay in only the best places
not much left of these ruins. The sign was more interesting.
Most of Trincomalee was flat – but you had to climb a hill to the Hindu temple
Where I stayed in Anuradhapura – the only place I would recommend.
You sometimes found EU or UN vehicles around the place
Who’d have thought?
fishing boats at Jaffna
I read the local paper at the Jaffna Puclic Library – after which people thought the country was dangerous
by the way, “hotel” can mean, “restaurant”. Still, nothing to do with Rolex watches.
I never did get to see a school feeding
I did my best on this
I think Henry’s spelling is better than this.
A typical fence using palmrya fronds
I enjoyed staying here, but had to watch out for the electricity police. As soon as I stepped out of the room the owner would leap to the outside electricity meter and turn the power to the air-con off. It took lots of messing around to try and get the hot water for the shower to work, and I couldn’t. He had that turned off too. So then I knew how to turn everything on.
Ah, election time