Tim and I took a Tuk Tuk into town

Our day started out quite spectacular ly with the guys fixing a gourmet breakfast for all of us that included bacon, sausage, hash browns, fried eggs, pancakes, and orange juice.
Such a treat.
As with so many of you, we have been isolated for the past six months.
We are now (cautiously) headed out the door for the next 12 days with plans to smell some fresh air, walk on the beach , hug some redwoods, kick up our heals, and spend time with dear friends.
A huge pile of laundry awaits.
Weligama means Sandy Village.
Colorful outriggers and fishing boats can be seen off the coastline.
This is also a great place for both experienced and beginner surfers with lessons available.
The southwestern shores are a hotspot for tourists.
He was passing a kidney stone.
What a wake up we got.
Monkeys jumping on our roof.
Bang, bang, thump, pound, clang.
I think we heard thirty or more of them over a span of about five minutes.
Not your normal alarm clock.

Thursday January 01, 1970

We had some free time this morning to wander around Nuwara Eliya

Tim and I took a Tuk Tuk into town.

Thursday January 01, 1970

I think it cost 200 Rupees (approximately $1 USD)

February 5th ~ Nuwara  The effect of the Coronavirus has once again been felt

As we were driving out of Kandy this morning

Heshan asked our driver to stop so that we could take a photo of a massive, sprawling tree.

Thursday January 01, 1970

The tree happened to be on the grounds of an elite University

Today is Independence Day in Sri Lanka and a national holiday to commemorate the country’s political independence from British rule in 1948.
Flags are displayed everywhere.

This is the equivalent to the 4th of July in the USA

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